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Dementia and repetitive behavior: Tips to cope with behavioral changes in dementia

There are many different types of behavioral changes in dementia, and repetitive behavior is one of them. Patients may repeat the same question or statement, perform the same movement, or carry out the same activity over and over again. … The post Dementia and repetitive behavior: Tips to cope with behavioral changes in dementia appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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