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7 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease - Symptoms

Alzheimer's disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that gradually impairs memory and thinking abilities. Thus, eventually, the person loses the ability to carry out even the easiest tasks. In most people with the disease, symptoms appear first in their mid-60s. The symptoms include memory loss, loss of thinking ability, language problems, the inability of problem-solving, and even impacts the personality and movement as the disease progresses. But symptoms may not be the same in every case. The typical progression of Alzheimer’s disease may be classified into seven stages.

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How Elderlies Can Overcome Loneliness - Useful Tips

Loneliness is not a small problem as it seems. It is becoming one of the biggest health hazards of our time. It’s found in a survey that one out of every three senior citizens is lonely. Data shows that social isolation and loneliness increase the risk of health complications, including despair, loss of appetite, depression, anxiety, apathy, disturbed sleeping, suicidal feelings etc. leading to dementia, heart disease etc. in older adults.

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