Alzheimer’s Symptoms: Beyond the Normal Signs of Aging

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive form of dementia that gradually robs people of their memory, cognitive ability, and ability to care for themselves. Memory loss is one of the characteristic Alzheimer’s symptoms, but simply forgetting things does not indicate a person has Alzheimer’s, or indeed any type of dementia.

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ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA

Dementia is described as an anatomically caused, progressive degeneration of memory and intelligence that causes problems in family life or at work. Fifty percent of all cases of dementia are classified as Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s is described as a degeneration with loss of brain cells in the cerebral cortex and frontal lobe.

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