The Causes Of Sudden Change In Attitude Are Like A Daze And Blank Stares?
I want to ask, at first my father-in-law was a cheerful person who spoke loudly and was always happy but for one month he was suddenly silent and never spoke, even as if someone was dazed with blank stares, he was even taken to the hospital to be treated for fear of unwanted symptoms after one week being treated the doctor also suggested that they could be taken home because the disease was not visible, if seen from the condition of my mother-in-law she was healthy, always exercising, her body was filled with dense so my question was whether my mother-in-law was sick or even fed me now, to the bathroom in my father so confused as if like a living corpse.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are very concerned about the condition of your in-laws. What he experienced could happen due to various things, both physical and mental. From a physical point of view, you have done the right thing by taking him to the hospital, but after one week it is observed that all his conditions are good (even if there is no visible disease), and we are also sure that your in-laws have gone through various tests and examinations, you too As the family also sees their overall physical well, we have to consider mental disorders.
Among the possibilities are:
Dementia Depression in the elderly. Alzheimer's. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Parkinson's disease
And there are many other possibilities, of course the rarer ones. Among the specialists who understand and are competent to handle this matter are psychiatrists, especially the subspecialty of geriatric psychiatry or those who deal with elderly problems. The psychiatrist will then do some tests on your in-laws, to find out what the problem is, how severe it is, and to determine what treatment is best for him.
Meanwhile, keep stimulating him and pay attention to what might be the trigger for this condition so far. So, hopefully it answers your question.