Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder that is progressive and irreversible, destroying the memory and other important mental functions. It is a chronic disease that usually starts slowly and gets worse over time resulting in inability to carry out simple tasks. The main features of this Alzheimer’s disease are the plaques and tangles formed in the brain. Another feature is the loss of connections between neurons in the brain. The most common early symptom is short-term memory loss and as it advances, symptoms can include problems with language, mood swings, and behavioral issues. The progress in the disease results in loss of the bodily functions and ultimately leads to death.

  • Prodromal Symptoms
  • Epidemiology of Alzeimer
  • Advances in Alzeimer Tests
  • Alcohol Consumption and Alzheimer Disease
  • Advanced Alzeimer Treatment

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