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Why Do Dementia Sufferers Have Trouble Swallowing Their Food?


Dementia sufferers have problems swallowing their food and also drinking. Anyone who has a family member or acquaintance with Alzheimer’s disease will have faced this reality at some time or another. Indeed, it’s a devastating fact that there comes a time when they’re not even able to chew or swallow. Is it because their character’s changed? Or is it perhaps because they’ve lost the desire to eat? Absolutely. In fact, this phenomenon is called dysphagia and has its origins in the brain. It happens because the neurological mechanisms that regulate the movement of these basic areas are damaged. To this is added…

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Chantal Maille
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