Teddy woke this morning you use the loo. I put the light on. But: he couldn't see. He told me he was blind. This went on for two hours. I finally got him to sleep a hour or so. When he woke up.. he could see again. He saw doctor . She said Alzheimer's can cause the brain to stop communicating with any part and resume communication
I had no idea that could happen! Thanks for sharing this
On a few occasions caregivers have reported what seemed to be temporary loss of vision or hearing that may be a ravished brain cells "blip"..sort of like a faulty switch going off and back on....not common @A myALZteam Member but you're not only one....thanks for sharing this.
Thanks for that info. My husbands testing all comes back good for his eyesight and lack of arthritis but he insists that he can’t see or move very well sometimes. Hopefully knowing this will help me to have more understanding.
Thanks, for sharing that info. My mom’s hearing comes and goes.
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