Dementia with lewy bodies is the third most common type of the condition describing a reduction in brain function.
Signs and symptoms of this dementia can be caused by clumps of protein forming in the brain, known as lewy bodies.
These damage brain cells, and tend to appear in areas of the brain involved with thinking, visual perception and muscle movement.
Some symptoms of dementia with lewy bodies can also appear early, acting as a ‘canary in…
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