Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Dementia warning: Yellow spots in eye could be early symptom of Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia types include vascular dementia, and dementia with lewy bodies, although Alzheimer’s disease is the most common. Signs and symptoms of dementia can include memory loss, being unable to follow conversations or getting lost in familiar places. Early warning signs of dementia include asking the same question repeatedly and getting up in the night. Now, research has … Daily Express ...

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Dementia symptoms – five ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms linked to an ongoing decline of brain function, according to the NHS. The condition affects the way patients speak, think, feel and behave. Symptoms of dementia can include memory loss, confusion, difficulty following a conversation and mood changes. But, you could lower your risk of de… Daily Express :: Health ...

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Dementia – PREVENT Alzheimer’s disease by adding this 79p superfood to your diet

Dementia is the name given to conditions linked to ongoing brain function decline, according to the NHS. Signs of dementia include memory loss, confusion, and difficulty following a conversation. There’s currently no cure for dementia, but some lifestyle changes may help to prevent the condition, or reduce symptoms. But, ea… Daily Express :: Health Feed

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Dementia: SEVEN lifestyle changes to prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms that are linked to a decline in brain function, according to the NHS. Symptoms include memory loss, difficulty following a conversation, and difficulty with language. There’s no cure for dementia. But, some treatments and lifestyle swaps could help to reduce symptoms. Exercise could help to prevent dementia, said nutritio… Daily ...

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Alzheimer’s SHOCK: Disease 'could be passed between humans during routine surgery'

It comes after scientists studied medical records of four people who had brain bleeds caused by a build up of amyloid, a hallmark of the incurable disease. All had neurosurgery two or three decades earlier as children or teenagers, raising the possibility deposits may be transferred in a similar way to those who caught Mad Cow Disease from human growth ...

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