Managing “Sundowning”

Sundowning is the worsening of dementia symptoms in late afternoon or early evening. Here’s a review of current treatment approaches, and what more is needed.

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Sundowning is a common condition, or syndrome, among people with dementia, and is associated with some adverse outcomes, such as institutionalization, faster cognitive worsening, and greater caregiver burden, according to

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