Symptoms of dementia care: signs of obscene body dementia include hearing blows or steps


For the study, the researchers analyzed the walking of 110 people, including 29 elderly people with intact cognition, 36 with Alzheimer’s disease and 45 with dementia with Lewy bodies.

Participants took part in a simple walk test in the Gait laboratory of the Clinical Aging Research Unit, a research initiative funded by NIHR and jointly managed by the Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Newcastle.

Participants moved along a walkway – a carpet with thousands of sensors inside – which captured their steps as they crossed them at their normal speed, revealing their walking habits.

People with dementia with Lewy bodies had a unique gait pattern in that they changed the time it took to take a step or the length of their steps more frequently than a person with Alzheimer’s disease, including market patterns rarely changed.


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