TOP 10 books on Memory Loss
Memory loss (amnesia) is unusual forgetfulness. You may not be able to remember new events, recall one or more memories of the past, or both.
Normal aging may cause some forgetfullness. It's normal to have some trouble learning new material, or needing more time to remember it.
However, normal aging does NOT lead to dramatic memory loss. Such memory loss is due to other diseases. Sometimes, memory loss may be seen with depression. It can be hard to tell the difference between memory loss and confusion due to depression.
Some types of memory loss may cause you to forget recent or new events, past or remote events, or both. You may forget memories from a single event, or all events.
Memory loss may cause you to have trouble learning new information or forming new memories.
The memory loss may be temporary (transient), or permanent.
Books about Memory Loss will be interesting for physicians and patients
The 36-Hour Day
The 36-Hour Day A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease...
Written by: Nancy L. Mace and Peter V. Rabins
Reviewed by: AdamSmythe
When my dad designed dementia some years ago, I didn't know what to do initially. "The 36-Hour Day" proved to be a large help for my family and me, and now I'd like to be of some small help to you. Dementia doesn't strike out of the blue.
Keep Your Brain Alive
83 Neurobic Exercises to Help Prevent Memory Loss and Increase Mental Fitness
Written by: Lawrence Katz and Manning Rubin
Reviewed by: A Customer
Keep Your Brain Alive By Lawrence C. Katzph,.
Written by: Jean Carper
Reviewed by: Paul Lappen
For anyone in middle-age or older, Alzheimer's Condition is a major concern. "100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer's and Age-Related Memory Loss" demonstrates simple ways to delay its onset, probably for years.
The Gift of a Memory
A Keepsake to Commemorate the Loss of a Loved One (Marianne Richmond)
Written by: Marianne Richmond
Reviewed by: Cynthia M. Norton
My son died on Sept 11 in a surfing accident. A family was visiting our city from Iowa and was on the beach when it happened. She was on a family getaway to honor her sons memory who had died two years before.
The Alzheimer's Diet
A Step-by-Step Nutritional Approach for Memory Loss Prevention and Treatment (Volume 1)
Written by: Richard S Isaacson MD and Christopher N Ochner PhD
Reviewed by: max
Awesome book. Highly advise. My husband and I are creeping up on our 60's and growing concerned as there is a family log of this very bad condition on both sides. We both just finished our first read-through and are now reading it again as we both start the nutrition plan.
The Memory Cure
How to Protect Your Brain Against Memory Loss and Alzheimer's Disease
Written by: Majid Fotuhi and Peter V. Rabins
Reviewed by: RUSSELL A JENKINS
This recently published book on Alzheimer's condition (ad) is the most reader friendly book I've come across in quite a while. I've seen "The Memory Cure" first-hand, and it is impressive. It describes the complicated neurology of the brain in an simple to follow manner. Also, Dr.
The 36-Hour Day A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related D...
Written by: Nancy L. Mace, Peter V. Rabins
Reviewed by: AdamSmythe
When my dad designed dementia some years ago, I didn't know what to do initially. This book proved to be a large help for my family and me, and now I'd like to be of some small help to you. Dementia doesn't strike out of the blue.
The Memory Workbook
Breakthrough Techniques to Exercise Your Brain and Improve Your Memory
Written by: Douglas J. Mason, Michael Lee Kohn and Karen A. Clark
Reviewed by: Harold McFarland
The focus of "The Memory Workbook" is not on memory techniques such as the Loci method and while it does mention them and explain them briefly it does not give plenty of detail about them. Instead it focuses on memory issues as a normal part of aging, meds and nutrition plan.
Thyroid Mind Power
The Proven Cure for Hormone-Related Depression, Anxiety, and Memory Loss
Written by: Richard Shames, Karilee Shames and Georjana Grace Shames
Reviewed by: Mary
The connection between thyroid condition and metabolic / hormonal problems like weight changes, fatigue, fertility, and menopause are beginning to be better realized.
Everything You Want To Know But Forget To Ask
Written by: Ronald Devere MD
Reviewed by: R. Jackson
This is a must read for anyone dealing with memory loss. Devere writes for the lay audience and does a superb work of discussing highly complex material in layperson's terms.
Strengthen Your Mind
Activities for People With Early Memory Loss
Written by: Kristin Einberger and Janelle Sellick
Reviewed by: Karen G. Coffey
This is a cool work book for the class that I teach. Lots of fun things to do that make you think.