Alzheimer’s Disease is Dementia is a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), is one form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time. It affects memory, thinking, and behavior.
More likely to get Alzheimer’s Disease if you:
- Have a close blood relative, such as a brother, sister, or parent with AD.
- Have certain genes linked to AD
- Being female
- Having high blood pressure for a long time
- History of head trauma
There are two types of AD:
- Early onset AD: Symptoms appear before age 60. This type is much less common than late onset. However, it tends to get worse quickly. Early onset disease can happen in families.
- Late onset AD: This is the most common type. It occurs in people age 60 and older. It may happen in some families, but the role of genes is less clear.
Symptoms include difficulty with many areas of mental function, including:
- irritability and aggression
- trouble with language
- mood swings
- long-term memory loss
- Thinking and judgment
It usually first appears as forgetfulness.
Mild cognitive impairment is the stage between normal forgetfulness due to aging, and the development of AD.
Symptoms of MCI include:
- Difficulty in performing more than one task at a time
- Difficulty in solving problems
- Forgetting recent events or conversations
- The early symptoms of AD can include:
- Difficulty performing tasks that take some thought, but used to come easily, such as balancing a checkbook, and learning new information or routines
- Getting lost on familiar way or road
- such as trouble finding the name of familiar objects
- Losing interest in things previously enjoyed, flat mood
- Misplacing items
- As the AD becomes worse, symptoms are more obvious and interfere with everyday way of living. Symptoms can include:
- Change in sleep patterns, often waking up at night
- Delusions, depression, agitation
- Difficulty doing basic tasks, such as preparing meals, choosing proper clothing, and driving
- Difficulty reading or writing
- Forgetting details about current events
- Forgetting events in your own life history, losing awareness of who you are
- Hallucinations, arguments, striking out, and violent behavior
- Speaking in confusing sentences ,Using the wrong word, mispronouncing words
- People with severe AD can no longer:
- Understand language
- Recognize family members
- Perform basic activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing, and bathing
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