I am 84,have been caring for my wife for three years through Alzheimer's. She has gone from eating very little soil food, to only drinking liquids. Complan, homemade soups and Thompsons Slippery Elm are the main ones. I use a "Nutribullet " to try and get some nutrients into her diet in liquid form. I have much difficulty in persuading her to two sometimes, three mugs a day. She permanently feels sick and dizzy, lays down on the settee when she gets out of bed. Usually that is 14 hrs or more. I am at a loss to know what to do for the best, where do I go to get help.(Advice) I want to care for her at home, she would not survive in a care home I can't post reply as i have not enough posts yet. Thank you for comments, it is not vertigo and I have tried every type of medication (overseen our doctor). So I presume it is just a progression of the illness. I live in East Yorkshire we have an excellent care service. I have a sitting support organised, but I manage all other tasks, cooking cleaning washing ect. But the ability to get her to drink sufficient nutritional products worries me. I just need a health professional to tell me there is nothing more I can do, or advise what I can do better.