Several years ago I wrote an article about sundown syndrome that apparently hit a nerve with quite a number of people. That article has been the highest searched post on this site, month after month since 2010. I’ve always wanted to write more about the topic, and did write one follow-up, but still felt like it wasn’t quite enough.
As we have shared before, my mother had dementia and my father has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s-like symptoms. We experienced this phenomenon with my mother and learned a lot about how to handle people when it comes to the signs and symptoms.
Recently I’ve heard a growing number of writers say that we should publish on Kindle, for various reasons. While I was busy with other ventures, I put this idea on the back burner.
Finally, I was challenged by a fellow writer to finally put together an ebook or report and that’s what I did.
As of this past Sunday morning, I am now published on Kindle. The title of the book is Sundown Syndrome and is available for $0.99 at this time. I tried to put as much information as I could into the book so that people who need help with their loved one’s could get what they needed.
Sundown Syndrome Explained
For those who don’t know, Sundown Syndrome is a symptom that occurs in many people who are suffering from dementia. There are two things to consider:
Many times people don’t realize a loved one has dementia until the symptoms of sundown syndrome start appearing.
When the symptoms do appear, caregivers and loved one’s don’t know what to do.
In the Kindle book I just published, I go deeper into the what and why of the syndrome, and I also share a long list of things caregivers and family members can do in order to assist their loved one.
If you are interested in purchasing this book, you can find it on Amazon.com. If you find value in the information provided, I would appreciate your sharing your thoughts in the comment section.
If you have any questions about sundown syndrome, please do not hesitate to ask.