Hi there ~
I am glad you consulted a neurologist
and you might need to follow up with the same neurologist or get a second opinion
and consult a psychiatrist
. I am glad your father's blood sugar is under control. I also feel like he may have some electrolyte abnormalities which can make he behave the way he is doing. I also feel like you will benefit from seeing a different doctor because the lobazam
10 mg is a very large dose and I do not think it is the right kind of medications he needs. I needs antipsychotics in small doses to restore his orientation. Also helping him around the house by not moving things will help, if it is an early sign of alzhiemer's. I also advice you to get a CT or an MRI
of the Head/brain to see if there is an organic cause for his problems. I hope this helps.
Take care and have a lovely day!