My Dad has what I expect is terrible "sundowning". It begins usually around 5 PM (just after his supper) and can extend to beyond bedtime. He wanders through the house and becomes very confused. He begins to obsess about certain things -- last night he wanted to know where his ID card was and was it safe; he was on his hands and knees on the floor, searching for a "communications wire" along the floorboards; he saw an arrow on the floor and wanted to know what it was for; he lost something and couldn't find it because "everything is the same color". The evening began with my Mom getting him on the bed to rest a little. Next thing she knew he had all his clothes off and was messing around by the front door. She got him dressed again and he began wandering and talking about things she couldn't understand. I've read a lot of articles about sundowning, but they all seem to say the same thing -- patient gets restless and confused, and this is what needs to be done to minimize it. But the articles never seem to have real-life examples of what's going on and what the "sundowner" is actually doing! The next morning Dad seldom remembers what he did the night before. Any others have a "sundowner" and examples of their behavior?