Researching Dementia

Last summer I was diagnosed with Mild Neurocognitive Disorder (mNCD). One of the first things I did was to read up on dementia, because that's the scary part. What if I eventually get dementia? What is it like to have dementia? I learned rather quickly to stay away from books written for caregivers. Most of... Continue Reading →

Sleep Apnea

Today I got the results from a sleep study I took recently. I have mild sleep apnea. That means I only stop breathing every six or so minutes. Here's the interesting part. The sleep dentist I'm being referred to has a pretty informative website. Apparently sleep apnea can cause anxiety attacks, palpitations, AFib, and dementia.... Continue Reading →

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