Alzheimer Disease Treatment cost in India for Indian Patients is between Rs.8880 to Rs.11840. Cost for International patients is between USD 180 to USD 220.Patient has to stay in the hospital for 1 days and outside the hospital for 25 days. The total cost of the treatment depends on the diagnosis and facilities opted by the patient.
Listing approximate price of Alzheimer Disease Treatment and some related procedures. The prices may change depending upon the centers and condition of the patient.
|Treatment name||Cost range|
|Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment||Rs.8880 to Rs.11840|
The price varies across the cities. Tier 1 Cities are usualy more expencive thane tier 2 cities. The price for Alzheimer Disease in different cities in India is approximately in the range of:
For patients planning to travel abroad it is useful to know the price in destinations popular with medical travellers. The price for Alzheimer Disease in different countries is approximately:
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Alzheimer’s disease has three different stages:
Along with little memory loss and difficulties learning, first-stage Alzheimer's disease can produce a lack of energy and spontaneity, as well as mood swings, disorientation, difficulty communicating, and difficulty organizing.
During the second stage of Alzheimer's disease, the patient begins to require assistance with anything more than simple tasks. Recent events and personal histories may be forgotten, and the present may be mixed up with the past.
Alzheimer's disease in its third stage causes total incapacity, including the loss of ability to feed oneself, communicate, identify others, and manage physiological functions. Memory deteriorates even further and may virtually disappear. The patient's poor physical state makes them vulnerable to additional illnesses and respiratory issues, especially if they are confined to bed.
Alzheimer's disease, according to researchers, has no single cause. It is most likely caused by a combination of variables such as genetics, lifestyle, and environment. Scientists have found risk factors for Alzheimer's disease. These proteins cluster together abnormally in the brain, producing plaques and tangles that disrupt normal brain function. While certain risk factors, like age, family history, and heredity, cannot be modified, emerging data shows that there may be others that may.
Alzheimer's is a progressive illness, meaning that the symptoms worsen over time. Symptoms, when they arise, and how they evolve over time will differ from person to person.
Dementia is a broader term that refers to a decrease in mental capacity that is severe enough to interfere with everyday living. The most prevalent cause of dementia is Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's is a distinct illness, although dementia is not. Because Alzheimer's disease affects the region of the brain linked with learning first, early symptoms frequently include abnormalities in memory, thinking, and reasoning abilities.
The great majority of Alzheimer's disease cases are sporadic, which means there is no family history of Alzheimer's or another dementia. Some cases of Alzheimer's disease, however, are "genetic" and are classified as Familial Alzheimer's Disease (FAD).
Women are more impacted by Alzheimer's disease; yet, because women live longer than males, the female population is substantially greater
There is no one clinical test that can be used to diagnose Alzheimer's disease. A complete examination comprises the following components:
While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease, there are treatments that can help control or reduce its symptoms for a period of time, as well as assist manage specific diseases. Agitation, sadness, sleep problems, wandering, and psychosis (hallucinations or delusions) are some of the symptoms that may emerge as the condition advances.
Two therapies are available for treating Alzheimer’s disease:
Cognitive rehabilitation-This technique involves working with a trained professional, such as an occupational therapist, and a relative or friend to achieve a personal goal, such as learning to use a mobile phone or other everyday tasks.
There is now no conclusive data on what may be done to prevent Alzheimer's disease or age-related cognitive impairment. What we do know is that a balanced lifestyle, which includes a good diet, physical exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and controlling high blood pressure, can reduce the risk of some chronic illnesses while also improving general health and well-being. Scientists are particularly interested in the idea that leading a healthy lifestyle might postpone, halt, or perhaps prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Every case is unique, and illness development differs from person to person. People with Alzheimer's disease might survive anywhere between 8 and 20 years after the start of symptoms.
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