Signs And Symptoms Of Calle Alzheimer's Disease

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We forget–it’s a fact of life. Oftentimes, what we forget simple things, such as the date or a doctor’s appointment we made three weeks ago. For the majority people these are trivial in-stances, often due to lack of sleep or our minds being overworked. Common and normal memory loss are brief and occasional with little impact on daily life. However, in certain cases, memory loss may start slowly and minimally but as time goes on it gradually intensifies. These people may be able to remember certain events and not others, and their memory comes in waves. They may remember an occasion from forty years ago, but cannot remember what they did the day before. Such cases are often seen in the elderly–grandparents, great grandparents, or aging parents commonly–and several people brush it off as aging. Although numerous people do experience loss of their retention as they age, not all experience devastating memory loss. The ones that do are battling a prevalent disease …show more content…
The disease itself is complex and varies from each patient that it is hard to pinpoint one universal strategy. However, one matter is for sure: Alzheimer’s is not just a part of aging. Not all older people suffer from the disease and the ones who do can vary in age, although it is more common in the elderly. Patients who are battling Alzheimer’s fight hard, however, they lose significant aspects of their lives– their memories. It has been said that memories are like identities and without them, people become lost and inde-finable (Caldwell 36). With Alzheimer’s, people cannot count on their memory and become un-sure of themselves, causing them to withdraw from society (Caldwell 36). Medical professionals everywhere are working hard at finding a cure and better treatments plans daily; however, the fight will not be won until a solution is found and memories

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