Christina Turner Advocate talks about Medication for Dementia/Alzheimer’s

Written by on April 5, 2019

 

Today we have Christina Turner discussing Medication and how it could alter the behavior of your loved one that has Dementia’/Alzheimer’s.  Christina’s discussing is just to bring awareness on how medication can react on a Dementia/Alzheimer’s Patient.  Who better knows than a Caregiver that is with this individual 24/7 how the medication reacts.  Medication  can be very complex for a patient with Dementia/Alzheimer’s.  Not every  patient reacts the same way to drugs.  If you have any issues with how the drug effects the patient, it is recommended that you call your physician.  It is very Important to talk with Physician that has prescribed the medication on a reaction to medication that has been given to a Dementia/Alzheimer patient.

To hear this informative discussion with Christina Turner Click here to listen…

There is always risk factors that could effect anyone that is taking medication but it also important when it effects a Dementia/Alzheimer patient .

I do realize that you as the Caregiver have many things to handle but I am asking that if you would try to remember to write down how the medication affected the patient. This will be important when you talk with the physician.  You need to be their Voice which is so important.  Also you have to be persistent with some of these Doctors when talking to them.

Also, this applies to all of us that take medication. If you have a reaction to a medication to write down what and how you reacted to the medication.  Information that you will talk with your physician about.

If you have any questions for Christina Turner you can contact via her Facebook Page. You may be looking for some information. Christina may be able to help you. You won’t know until you ask.   Click here

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Reader's opinions
  1. Shelly Allan   On   April 5, 2019 at 8:20 pm

    Thanks Christina this was very informative! My mother is 84 and has been taking Prilosec for years, I”m 63 and have been taking it since the early 90’s. Another med that I have read up on is Gabapentin which was first used to treat seizures but my Dr. gave it to me in place of Lyrica to treat Fibromyalgia because my insurance wouldn’t cover Lyrica. My mother also takes this drug. I will be talking to my Dr. and my mothers Dr. to see if they can find something else for us to take. I’m tired of my husband saying to me “don’t you remember when”!

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  3. oprol evorter   On   April 11, 2019 at 5:53 am

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