This disease has been studied seriously for more than 100 years, but still it is not known what causes its occurrence and how to cure it. Not long ago, scientists were surprised by the relationship between creativity and the development of this condition.
Great.guru collected examples of how this disease affects the creativity of a person. These are pictures and works of patients that help physicians in their search for ways to treat this form of dementia. At the end of the article you will find a small text that will help you with early diagnosis of different types of dementia.
What happens to the human brain?
- Problems with the coordination and planning of movements.
- Gradual loss of the simple skills.
- Apathy, outbreak of aggression, paranoia.
- Loss of the ability to speak and write.
- Loss of control of movements.
Loss in the ability to work
The early works of William Utermohlen, the most famous painter who suffered from Alzheimer’s
Self-portrait of William, made half of the decade of the ’90’s, when the artist was diagnosed with the disease
The last works made by William a few years before he died
The painter dedicated his life to attract the attention of society and science to the problems of people with dementia. Thanks to the drawings of William and the work of other painters, scientists learned to predict the possible development of the disease in 30 to 40 years.
Paintings of Willem de Kooning: before and after diagnosis
The painter he was an exponent of abstract impressionism. In 2006 his painting of the series “Women”, performed before your diagnosis was sold for 137.5 million USD and was placed in the third position of the works more sides of the story.
James Brooks and abstractions before and after the diagnose
Work of Hilda Gorenstein, before and after their diagnosis. She became the first patient to receive the help of art therapy
The painter american Hilda Gorenstein after the diagnosis he suffered from depression and is not communicated with anyone until he decided to paint again. The art therapy improved their condition. Your psychotherapist invited young artists to work with Hilda and other patients.
Thus was born the foundation Fond Hilgos, who developed this therapy and helps patients to use the drawing as a means to slow down the development of the disease and re-socialize.
Drawings of people that the art helped them to return his memory and control of your emotions
Some hobbies become a therapy: drawing, modeling, playing music, playing chess, or knitting. This therapy helps to improve the memory of patients, to express themselves, to communicate or to follow a full life. And this is a necessary part of drug therapy.
The research of how to draw the patients helped to develop a series of tests to diagnose the initial stage of the diseases Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Bonus: test with clocks to verify the functioning of the brain
The task is simple: draw a clock. As has been shown in practice, the drawings of people with certain diagnoses are similar.
Today, some scientists suggest the use of a digital pen, which tracks the time during which a person draws and the position of your hand to determine the degree of development of the disease the most accurate way.
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