Dementia is associated with decline in memory. It reduces persons cognitive ability to perform daily life activities. Dementia may affect thinking, reasoning, judgment, language, memory, behavior.
- Loss of interest
- Changes in mood
- Difficulty in completing Daily tasks
- Confused sense of Direction
- Difficulty in collection of words
- Being Repetitive
- Difficulty in following Storylines
- Degenerative neurological diseases. These include Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and some types of multiple sclerosis. These diseases get worse over time.
- Vascular disorders. These are disorders that affect the blood circulation in your brain.
- Traumatic brain injuries caused by car accidents, falls, concussions, etc.
- Infections of the central nervous system. These include meningitis, HIV, and disease.
- Long-time alcohol or drug use.
- Certain types of hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid in the brain.
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