9. Changes in usual behavior
As dementia progresses, the individual undergoes changes in mood, behavior and personality. Therefore, it is common for the individual to become angry, anxious, nervous, depressed or inhibited. However, it can also happen that the person with dementia loses control over his or her emotions and behaves outrageously in public.
As you can see, they need constant companionship, so that they do not experience unpleasant situations.
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