We don't know why this occurs at night, but that's when old dogs and, for that matter, old people also become anxious." Another behavioral indication that may, in the absence of an underlying disease, be considered a sign of senility
is a change in the animal's socializing patterns.
Secondly, I found the little vignettes of Fisher at the end of his life (when he was suffering from senility
), which Day places as preambles before every chapter, both distracting and insensitive.
I read somewhere that a flexed mind is the best defense against senility
, and most days I want to put as much distance between me and senility
as I can.
Jo's morn works at a nursing home, and sometimes Jo helps her there, especially when her beloved grandfather has to be admitted when his senility
Hit products included Nintendo DS games such as ''Pocket Monster Diamond/Pearl'' and those designed for adults trying to improve their mental functions and prevent senility
. Party, sports and other games for use with the Wii console also sold well, the company said.
The second point of divergence for Hadjitatsis is that he waits until the last chapter, "The other side of the river," to reveal that these seemingly authentic events are simply distorted versions thereof, twisted out of perspective by of one of the characters, an author subject to both possible senility
and vengeful bitterness for losing the wife he adored to his best friend.
and Alzheimer's Disease in Modern America
His off-the-wall comments aren't a recent development brought about by increasing senility
. They form the basis of his career.
Finley's act had the moth-eaten aspect of cultural senility
. Sure, it was rebarbative.
Grant me the senility
to forget the people I never liked anyway, the good fortune to run into the ones I do, and the eyesight to tell the difference.
Research published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease suggests that consuming apples and apple juice may protect the brain from age-related memory loss such as Alzheimer's disease and senility
. Scientists evaluated aged mice using a standard diet, a nutrient-deficient diet, and a nutrient-deficient diet supplemented with apple juice concentrate in drinking water.
In "Not So Supreme" (page 41), Mark Tushnet argues that the Supreme Court's influence on American society is generally overrated; he also sums up the legacy of the Rehnquist Court as one of "instrumental federalism." In "Supreme Court Senility
" (page 44), David J.