Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is the best-known and much-feared cause of progressive dementia in old age. Forgetfulness and memory loss is an early sign. However, many people concerned about Alzheimer’s due to an apparent decline in their memory ...

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  • Dementia: Dementia is the general name for a number of brain and neurological disorders where the patient suffers severe mental symptoms ...

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  • Incontinence: Incontinence refers to an inability to voluntary control urination or defection. Urinary incontinence is more common and is often what ...

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  • Memory Loss: Memory loss may range from simple forgetfulness to blackouts or amnesia. A number of causes of blackouts or temporary memory ...

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  • Confusion: Confusion is a mental symptom where a person is confused or disoriented. Causes of acute confusion may include alcohol intoxication ...

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  • Agitation: Agitation is a symptom of heightened tension leading to both psychological reactions and physical motions by the patient. Symptoms may ...

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