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My Husband Is Starting To Talk In His Sleep. Is This A Symptom?

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posted November 13, 2023
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My husband has acted out his dreams. It has caused me to wonder if he has Lewy Bodies instead of AD. A social worker told me. It is like different flavors of ice cream. All the forms of dementia are treated the same and have the same end. I suppose she is right. Then he got too affectionate with the nurses, and I thought he had frontotemporal dementia. It turns out acting out dreams and sexual acting out goes with late stage of AD. It doesn't really matter the end is the same.

posted November 14, 2023
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I would say yes
My husband not only talked in his sleep but would act out some things he was dreaming about. This was in stage 5-6. He would wake up and think his dream was real. Hope this helps. 🌹😊

posted November 14, 2023

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