|◄ ► Slow Death by Alzheimer`s • Diane Born|
That fine, immaculate woman is now mismatched and muddled. She withdraws from loved ones, snarls at children. Plaque invades her brain, erupting in tangles, robbing her of memories. She mutters and mumbles, she rarely smiles. Paranoia stalks her, evident in mood swings, delusions, and apathy. Her sewing, hand or machine, fragments and disintegrates. Brain waves slow and falter, losing a rhythmic pattern. The lady vanishes into the disease.
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