The Mild Decline Of The Early Stages Of Alzheimer's Disease

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Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia is the term used in the medical field that simply means a decline in one’s mental ability that become so severe it begins to affect daily life of that person. ("Help End Alzheimer 's.") Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia that attacks the brain. The thing to understand about Alzheimer’s is it’s not a normal part of getting older, but it does accounts for almost 70% of all dementia diagnosis. Most of the time Alzheimer’s is a slow disease and happens gradually, family members begin to notice a difference when it begins to interfere with their loved ones daily living.
The 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s
1. No Impairment: No memory loss has been detected as of this point. Physicians usually see no signs of dementia on the brain.
2. Very Mild Decline: This stage could depend on age or it could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s. At this stage, a person may feel like they are losing some of their memory, forgetting everyday words or task they usually do. At this stage, physicians still cannot see any dementia on the brain.
3. Mild
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There are many different causes to Alzheimer’s disease. The question is still unanswered is the problem. Scientist are constantly researching the disease trying to figure out what goes on in the mind of a person with Alzheimer’s. Another question frequently asked is why does the disease mostly affect the elderly? Scientist have somewhat answered this question, they believe because the brain is aging it harms neurons and that can be a cause of why the disease affects mostly older people. Environmental and Lifestyle choices can sometimes assist a person with getting Alzheimer’s. A person diet can contribute to Alzheimer’s disease. If a person doesn’t take care of themselves they may be more likely to have Alzheimer’s disease. ("Alzheimer 's Disease Fact

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