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Best Time to Stop Medicine for Dementia

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How do you know when Alzheimer’s meds ought to be stopped? Explore the benefits of these medications, such as improved cognition, memory, behavior, lifespan, and the stages they are most effective.


Drugs for Early to Midstage Alzheimer’s
Brand Name Generic Name
Aricept® donepezil
Exelon® rivastigmine
Remynil or Razadyne® galantamine
Drugs for Moderate to Severe Stage
Namenda® or Ebixa® memantine



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  • Alzheimer’s Association California & Nevada
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Shiv Charan Das Sharma.
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May 27, 2018 2:34 pm

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Is it possible to get transcripts of the various video's? As a caregiver, I don't always have the opportunity to view these video's, especially in front of my LO.

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