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    Today, 10:57 AM
    Managing DementiaDementia hugely affects everyday functioning both for sufferers and for their loved ones, and coping with dementia can require major lifestyle and environmental changes. A comprehensive management system includes therapy and counseling to manage possible stress, anxiety, and depression. A patient suffering from more advanced stages of dementia may need a caregiver who can provide regular or semi-regular support. Some tools that sufferers and caregivers can use to manage dementia include: External memory aids: systems or devices, whether electronic or not, that help make up for decreased memory. These can include alarms that remind patients to take medication, pictures, notes, message boards, or clocks with information to help reduce confusion and disorientation. Consistent daily routine: Establishing a daily rhythm is helpful for dementia patients, and a consistent schedule allows patients a higher level of stability and independence. Caregivers may also notice times of the day when patients are more cooperative and less disoriented - important events or activities should be scheduled for these periods. Stress management: Stressors and anxiety levels are different in each individual, so it's helpful to experiment with several different stress management methods. Examples of stress-relieving techniques include exercise, calming music, interactions with pets and animals, meditation, and social interaction. Environment modifications: Factors like loud noises, bad lighting, glare-prone reflective surfaces, or clashing colors and patterns can cause agitation, anxiety, and disorientation in dementia patients. Create a peaceful, calming environment to help reduce stress in patients.
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    Today, 10:33 AM
    If someone has them, he'll "pick" them up, no doubt.
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    Today, 10:29 AM
    TherapyResearch has shown that therapy improves well being, day-to-day functioning, and overall mood in dementia sufferers. Dementia is correlated with increased anxiety and depression, so professional counseling and a strong support system are integral to maintaining and improving overall well being. Patients can choose from many different types of therapy, including therapies that align with their interests like music or art therapy. Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Also known as CST, cognitive stimulation therapy is clinically proven to help those with mild to moderate dementia and is the premiere therapy method for dementia patients. CST involves training memory, language ability, and problem solving skills in order to improve cognitive functioning, and can increase memory and reasoning skills without medication. Behavioral therapy Behavioral therapy is usually administered by qualified family or loved ones of dementia sufferers, or by the caregivers of afflicted individuals. This method is twice as effective as antipsychotics for treating symptoms like anxiety, aggression, depression, wandering, and insomnia. Behavioral therapy involves tackling the triggers or causes of unwanted behaviors like aggression or wandering in order to alleviate and provide outlets for these behaviors without medication. For example, a trained caregiver may find that feelings of restlessness or stress cause their patient to wander away from home, and can implement an exercise regimen to manage this restlessness. Other dementia therapies can be beneficial based on the situation, and include: Montessori-Based Treatment Reality Orientation Therapy, which works to reduce confusion and disorientation that accompanies dementia by providing orienting information about time and location several times throughout the day.
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    Today, 09:56 AM
    Want some Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin? https://trustedmedications.com Orders take about a month to arrive. They are legit.
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    Today, 09:48 AM
    https://www.dementia.org/treatment Medication For DementiaMedication for reversible dementias Some reversible dementias exist: for example, vitamin B12 deficiency can cause pernicious anemia, leading to dementia that can be treated by addressing the deficiency. Medication and supplements that can completely cure reversible dementias include: Vitamin B12 supplements for pernicious anemia Hormonal supplements for hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, or other imbalances SSRIs or other antidepressants for depression symptoms which may mimic dementia Antibiotics or medications to treat brain infections like encephalitis or meningitis
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    Today, 05:53 AM
    Thank you for your donation. A receipt has been sent to xxxxxxxx@gmail.com So you say this is winnable? Cool! I see your fundraising goal is a modest $50,000. There was a time we could do that here in an hour. Sadly those days are behind us but if everybody that comes here today to run their yapper gives you $25 you'll be much further along towards it. Just promise me win, lose or draw you won't give up! Hopefully next cycle you'll be the incumbent! And hopefully next cycle I'll be able to drop $2,500 as easily as I can drop $25 today! Edit: Direct link to the gofundme https://gf.me/u/yp2pd8
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    Today, 05:40 AM
    Interesting. And on the left, Lenora Fulani was the first black woman presidential nominee, having done this prior to Foster being nominated for VP. Fulani even got ballot access in all 50 states. But shhhhh.....don't tell anyone there are more than two parties. That's a secret!
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    Today, 05:21 AM
    I'm getting tired of that ridiculous excuse for Trump's ineptitude. Jeffery Epstein's lawyer gets hired by Trump? It's because it's a secret plot by Trump to get Epstein arrested....even though that had nothing to do with Epstein getting arrested. It's ridiculous.
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    Today, 05:20 AM
    You are right. Trump is a punk and an empty suit. If he was a real leader, or even a real man, when Dr. Fauci wrote in the New England Journal of Medicine that COVID wasn't any worse than the regular flu, but then told Jake Tapper the reason the administration didn't act sooner was because there was "pushback", Trump should have held a press conference, read Fauci's own words, and then fired Fauci on the spot. He didn't because he is a punk. He will go on Twitter tirades against people who aren't even in his administration but he won't deal with the open festering sore of Fauci.
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    Today, 03:22 AM
    I think Melbourne.
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    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    :rolleyes: I knew about it and posted here about it before Trump ever made an announcement. That said I will agree that people are reflexively against Trump. If Trump had said "Keep the churches closed" people would have said "He's just doing that because black churches might oppose him."
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    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
    Yeah. Totally understandable that a Mexican drug cartel would kill all Mormons. Totally understandable. /sarcasm.
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    Yesterday, 04:26 PM
    Your saying that you understand why people would want to kill all lawyers would be like me saying I can understand why Mexican drug cartels randomly killed Mormons.
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    I didn't say you said that liar. I said "If I say kill all of the Mormons." But just to be clear, if I were to say "No wonder the Mexican drug cartels killed those Mormons. Mormons are vile people." I don't think you would be too happy with me. Maybe I'm wrong though. To be clear I don't hold your asinine behavior against all Mormons.
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    Yesterday, 04:23 PM
    :rolleyes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Acosta In 2007–2008, as U.S. attorney, Acosta approved a plea deal that allowed human-trafficking ring-leader Jeffrey Epstein to plead guilty to a single state charge of solicitation, in exchange for a federal non-prosecution agreement. After Epstein's arrest in July 2019 on sex trafficking charges, Acosta faced renewed and harsher criticism for his role in the 2008 non-prosecution agreement, as well as calls for his resignation; he resigned on July 19 and was replaced by Eugene Scalia. Acosta had to resign because Epstein was arrested and not the other way around. Epstein was arrested because of the letter writing campaign of Senator Ben Sass. But keep lying to yourself.
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    Yesterday, 04:19 PM
    Okay. So if I say "Kill all the Mormons" then you won't consider that a threat. Got it. By the way I already brought your threat to the attention of the moderators liar.
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    Yesterday, 04:17 PM
    I ignore your bvllshyt in general. But guess what a$$hole who threatens to kill lawyers? Donald Trump hired the lawyer that kept Epstein from having to go to prison. Because that's how you punish pedophiles. For the record, you vile violent person, I never said Trump was involved in the pedophilia himself. I simply refute the lie put out by you and your ilk that he has gone after them.
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    Yesterday, 04:12 PM
    Trump hated Epstein so much that he hired Epstein's lawyer to be his secretary of labor. Maybe he should have followed your advice and killed the lawyers? By the, your threat of violence has been noted and reported. If you come for me you won't find me an easy target. That said, you apparently don't understand the "kill the lawyers" quote. Shakespear was not voicing his own view but the charecters in the play were tyrants and didn't want any lawyers around to break up their tyranny. That seems fitting as you are so busy defending a man who hired the lawyer that got the Jeffrey Epstein his sweetheart deal because...that's how you go after pedophiles.
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    Yesterday, 04:01 PM
    LOL. Keep telling yourself that chump. You've just convinced me to vote for Jo Jorgenson by the way. I was leaning Trump because Biden/Harris supporters are so insufferable but you're even worse. Now are you ready to admit you were wrong when you said I didn't give a source? I gave you a link the first time, but this time I went straight to the court documents.
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    Yesterday, 03:55 PM
    I'm tired of having to repeatedly give sources to the truth to people who persist in being dishonest. So, here is the suit by former Trump employee and Jeffery Epstein victim Virginia Guiffe. The document is the Plaintiff's Response to Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment. https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Giuffre-unseal.pdf For those who don't know, a motion for summary judgement, different from a motion to dismiss, is after there has been discovery (each side exchanges documents and takes depositions), one side or the other tells the court "Even if we accept all of the other sides alleged facts as true, you should rule in my favor because..." I am copying and pasting the text from pages 2 and 3. Defendant’s primary argument in support of her contention that she did not abuse and traffic Ms. Giuffre as a minor child is that employment records show that Ms. Giuffre was either sixteen or seventeen when Defendant recruited her from her job at Mar-a-Lago for sex with Epstein, not fifteen-years-old as Plaintiff originally thought. Call this the “yes-I’m-a-sextrafficker-but-only-of-sixteen-year-old-girls” defense. Defendant does not explain why sexual abuse of a fifteen year old differs in any material way from sexual abuse of a sixteen or seventeen year old. All instances involve a minor child, who cannot consent, and who is protected by federal and state laws. The fact remains that Defendant recruited Ms. Giuffre while she was a minor child for sexual purposes and then proceeded to take her all over the world on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, the “Lolita Express,” as well as to his various residences, and even to her own London house. Flight logs even reveal twenty-three flights that Defendant shared with Ms. Giuffre – although Defendant claims she is unable to remember even a single one of those flights. Inconsequential details that Ms. Giuffre may have originally remembered incorrectly do not render her substantive claims of abuse by Defendant false, much less deliberate “lies.” At most, these minor inaccuracies, in the context of a child suffering from a troubled childhood and sexual abuse, create nothing more than a fact question on whether
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    Yesterday, 03:38 PM
    I gave the source. You just never never read it. https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-epstein-friendship-timeline-history-2019-7#message-pads-investigators-seized-from-epsteins-palm-beach-home-indicate-that-trump-called-epstein-twice-in-november-2004-15 At the time Trump made the "terrific guy" quote it was not well known that Epstein was a pedo. But after making that quote in 2002, phone records showed Trump called Epstein TWICE in 2004. Do you make a habit of calling people you know are pedophiles? Because I don't. Oh, and that source is in the same link that you didn't read.
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