News posts for 'December 2020'

Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Hundreds of thousands of, mostly, elderly people live with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. Identifying this in a loved can be difficult as many conflate the signs of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, with typical age-related changes. But changes concerning age are usually infrequent and minor, meaning an elderly individual’s daily life won’t be impaired.  Indicators Of Alzheimer's  Alzheimer’s, meanwhile, will show itself as more severe than this. So, if you see any of the following 7 signs in a loved one, we advise that you take yourself or your loved one to your GP: 1: Memory Loss  This goes beyond simply losing things from time-to-time, or forgetting one monthly payment (both signs of age-r

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