Researchers have shown that clearance of the substance amyloid-beta that forms plaques is impaired in individuals with Alzheimer’s. A group of 12 individuals with early Alzheimer’s were compared to 12 cognitively normal individuals of the

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Researchers have shown that clearance of the substance amyloid-beta that forms plaques is impaired in individuals with Alzheimer’s. A group of 12 individuals with early Alzheimer’s were compared to 12 cognitively normal individuals

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11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

Did you know that not all dementia is Alzheimer's dementia? There are many types of dementia with different symptoms, causes and prognosis. This inforgraphic sums it up.

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A bunch of things to know about dementia Did you know that not all dementia is Alzheimers dementia? There are many types of dementia with different symptoms, causes and prognosis. This inforgraphic sums it up.

Now and again, most people find themselves desperately searching for the right word. In fact, failing to find the word you are thinking of is surprisingly common and not necessarily a sign of dementia. But losing knowledge of objects, not just what they are called but also what they are used for, is an early dementia symptom. Oddly enough, people who are losing this knowledge can be very competent in other areas of their lives.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

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Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

What’s normal and what’s not? \Dementia symptoms can tip you off as to whether you or a loved one may be experiencing early dementia signs.

What’s normal and what’s not? Dementia symptoms can tip you off as to whether you or a loved one may be experiencing early dementia signs.

Studies show exercise plays a vital role in managing type 2 diabetes, yet not enough people are physically active. Learn the best exercises to battle diabetes.

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

One sign of dementia that most people don’t expect is the need to complete extreme rituals or compulsive behaviors. Plenty of people have odd habits and like things done a certain way. But while these habits are within the realm of normal, extreme hoarding behaviors or detailed rituals or compulsions, such as buying a crossword puzzle book every time they go to the store even if they have hundreds of them, can be dementia symptoms.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

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Living With Dementia: The Practical, Legal & Financial Considerations. Includes: Early stage signs/symptoms, tips for retaining independence in the home, Power of Attorney, & advanced directive info

You may or may not appreciate sarcastic senses of humor, but sarcasm is a part of our culture. People with both frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and Alzheimer’s disease tend to have a harder time picking up on sarcasm. Another unusual sign of dementia? People with FTD couldn’t tell when someone was lying, although people with Alzheimer’s disease could tell. FTD patients don’t have that sense anymore that things that people do could turn out badly.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

11 Early Signs of Dementia Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

Some younger people in the beginning stages of early-onset dementia lose their sense of social norms. Shoplifting, breaking into someone’s house, and inappropriate interpersonal behaviors, such as sexual comments or actions, all make the list of surprising dementia symptoms and they can lead to legal trouble, too. Early-onset dementia can hit people as early as their thirties and forties, well before anyone around them would consider out-of-character, law-breaking behavior as signs of…

11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

“Reduced gaze” is the clinical term for the dementia symptom that alters people’s ability to move their eyes normally. We all move our eyes and track with them frequently. But people showing early signs of dementia look like they’re staring a lot. They try to read and they skip lines. This is one of the signs of dementia that the patient might not completely be aware of, although people around them probably will be.

11 Early Signs of Dementia

Not being able to recognize loved ones is a known effect of Alzheimer's, but other signs of dementia are less obvious. Learn more about early dementia symptoms.

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10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Dementia

Prev post1 of 3Next Dementia is not a disease, rather it is a collection of many symptoms that suggest the presence of a brain disorder. The term is often used to refer generally to a decline in cognitive ability and memory problems. It occurs when healthy neurons (nerve cells) stop working or brain cells get

6 steps to protect your brain, prevent the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease entirely and slow down, or even reverse, the deterioration of aging.

The six pillars of a brain-healthy lifestyle are: Regular exercise Healthy diet Mental stimulation Quality sleep Stress management An active social life The more you strengthen each of the six pillars in your daily life, the healthier your brain will be.

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