Getting help from family, friends, doctors, and other professionals ensures the best possible care and quality of life for a person with Lewy body dementia.
Lewy body dementia is often misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s. See a doctor to find out what’s causing your symptoms and get the right treatment.
Family members who care for someone with Lewy body dementia can get support to maintain health and help doctors and others understand the disease.
Research on Lewy body dementia seeks deeper understanding of this brain disease and how it relates to related types of dementia. Learn how to get involved.
Do you know the symptoms of Lewy body dementia? They may include cognitive and mood changes, Parkinson symptoms, sleep disorders, and hallucinations.
Treatment for Lewy body dementia may include medications to help control symptoms, physical therapy, and counseling. Use certain drugs with caution.
Did you know Lewy body dementia has two types? Dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson’s disease dementia differ in the order of cognitive and movement symptoms.
Learn about causes and risk factors for Lewy body dementia. They include an accumulation of Lewy bodies in the brain, age, Parkinson’s disease, and genetics.
What is Lewy body dementia (Lewy body disease)? It is a brain disorder, different from Alzheimer’s, that causes changes in thinking and movement.