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She waited for the end to come. But the end did not come. After three days, still she lay, hidden under the floorboards. They had been cold days, and the chill had sunk into her bones. Her body trembled and ached--from the cold, from the close quarters. Sensation receded from her fingers and hands. Was this how it felt to be a corpse? Stiff, cold, buried in the dark? But she was not a corpse. Interestingly, Clive Wearing can still remember how to play instruments and conduct a choir, but cannot remember his education. Perhaps the most commonly known medical cause for memory loss is Alzheimer's disease, and many think that being forgetful is a sign that thy will develop the disease. But, it's essential to know that just because you may forget things here and there, it doesn't necessarily mean you have Alzheimer's disease. As we get older, it is reasonable to become more forgetful. Just as your body changes or wears as you age, so does your brain. It is common to forget where you left something or have difficulty learning something new. You may forget someone's name or why you walked from one room to the next. Normal aging forgetfulness includes: Occasionally making a poor decision. Forgetting to make a regular payment once in a while. However, after some time, we are off the commitment wave, and our desire and ability to act wanes drastically.

That is why one can get How can you prevent this? Well, you can by using your motivation wave to start something and not just talk about acting. Do not just read this article, get all fired up, and forget everything for instance. Instead, set the ball rolling. See the next point for better insight. Make a plan He who fails to plan plans to fail is a common enough saying that needs no explanation. At the very least, use your motivation wave to make a plan for getting rid of an unwanted habit. Her breath still came in slow, ragged gasps. Her heart still beat, slow and loud in her chest. Why didn't life abandon her? She was no longer deserving of it. She was lost, irrevocably, to the devil's schemes. A wretch removed from God's grace. Death was the only answer. She thought of her son, of his small, trusting face. How would he cope without his mother, even as poor a mother as she was? She thought of her cousins, of their kindness in keeping her as a guest. Forgetting what day it is but remembering later.

Occasionally forgetting a word in a conversation. Misplacing things occasionally. Compared to Alzheimer's disease symptoms: Poor decisions and judgments a lot. Difficulty managing monthly bills. Difficulty managing new tasks. Often forget names, appointments, events that occurred recently. Withdraw from their usual routine. Emotional changes. Habits are hard enough to shoo away with a proper plan. Having no plan or a strong enough reason renders it impossible to see the back of your negative habits. Make it a challenge, do a SWOT analysis, and set up milestones for getting a habit out of your system. Some habits bordering on addictions such as gambling, drug abuse, or smoking may need external or even medical advice. You will do well to get out there and get the help you need. If you ever get the inkling that you may not be able to fight off a particular habit all by yourself, do not be shy about getting external help. Some habits disappear just upon the threat of exposure. Build a network of support Family members and friends are key allies in any psychological or mental struggle, and getting rid of a habit is one big struggle. Having the closest people to you in your corner may make all the difference especially when it comes to monitoring and evaluating your progress. How would they feel to find her body hidden in their house?

She was weary of life--but she did not want to die. She wanted to sit by the fire, to feel the warmth of its flames rekindle the blood in her veins. She wanted to see her son and feel his tiny body pressed against her chest. Her body was weak from hunger, stiff from cold. She did not want to die. Footsteps echoed along the boards above her face. Someone was coming. With the last of her strength, she cried out. JOURNALS OF AFFLICTION Irritability, frustration, anxiety. Losing track of date and year. Difficulty holding a conversation. Losing things regularly and not being able to locate them. Alzheimer's disease is now the most common type of dementia, with an estimated two-thirds of those with dementia also having Alzheimer's. There generally is no one cause for developing Alzheimer's; These include genetics, the environment, and age. Now that the population is living longer lives, the rate of Alzheimer's disease is a lot more prevalent. The symptoms of Alzheimer's can develop at quite a slow pace, and they worsen as the person get older. The symptoms are the result of changes in the physicality of the brain, including plaques and tangles, which are due to abnormal proteins building up. They can help you get back on track when you deviate from your set plan too.

Set milestones Set milestones in your plan and reward yourself for reaching them. For instance, if you take too much table sugar and you are trying to cut down, you could draw a plan that has you reducing your intake gradually perhaps by a spoonful per day. When you get to a significant milestone such as going the whole day without sugar, you could buy yourself a new pair of shoes or visit the spa as a reward. By attaching a reward to the milestone, you are rewiring your dopamine rush to favor the annihilation of the negative habit. The brain can be tricked with rewards that turn it against any negative habit. Swap habits However, because our habits are already ingrained in the brain, it is sometimes much easier to swap them for positive habits rather than weed them out entirely. Therefore, you can keep a trigger but just ensure that you have an alternative habit to turn towards when it is in effect. Nearly a decade before Hannah Allen's attempts at suicide, she was a young bride of seventeen, happily married to her husband, Hannibal. They joyfully welcomed a son. The cloud over their domestic bliss was Hannibal's frequent absences from their home in England on merchant voyages, which sent Hannah dipping into melancholy. After eight years of marriage, she received devastating news: Hannibal had died at sea. Hannah suddenly found herself grief stricken, a young widow with a young son to care for alone. She went to live first with her aunt and then with her mother, but the loss of Hannibal precipitated a deeper descent into depression. In this tenuous place, Hannah fought in the best ways she knew how. She sought medical care but still saw her mental state wreaking havoc on her body and her health. She traveled to see friends, which provided relief but only for as long as she was in their presence. She employed the tools of her faith, repeating promises to herself from Scripture that applied to her situation. Tangles will lead to the brain cells dying, and there is an associated decrease in some of the most critical chemicals in the brain, those that are required to send messages around the brain.