Health crisis / The consequences of successive confinements on Alzheimer’s patients

Journalist Anthony Torzec questions Mohamad El Haj, professor of neuropsychology at the University of Nantes, on the consequences of successive confinements on Alzheimer’s patients.

Successive lockdowns have worsened depression among nursing home residents with Alzheimer’s disease.
This is what emerges from studies carried out by a group of researchers from Nantes.
The elimination of visits, physical contacts and activities had a negative effect on these patients with consequences still present today.

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