Dementia, commonly mistaken as a specific disease, is actually a general term that characterizes a group of symptoms on memory, thinking, and communication impairment that is related to cognitive declination. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia commonly experienced by individuals ages 65 and older, which degenerates the brain over time. Individuals with this progressive disease generally encounter memory loss and degeneration of cognitive abilities that exponentially interfere with their behavior, relationships, feelings, daily life, and independence.
Alzheimer’s disease is primarily experienced by individuals with old age, however, hereditary genetics, family history, environment, lifestyle, and other undetermined factors can be possible risk factors of this disease. Unfortunately, there is no single cause for it, that is why it is critical to be aware of the symptoms leading to this disease.
This disease usually starts in the brain that is responsible for learning. As this disease advances through the brain, it gradually disrupts its functions which produce certain physical and mental symptoms that can worsen over the years. Signs of Alzheimer’s disease include short-term memory loss, remembering new information, slowed thinking, confusion, disorientation, mood changes, and behavior changes as well as difficulty in speaking, walking, and even swallowing.
As to date, it is still unlikely that any single drug or treatment will ultimately heal Alzheimer’s disease. There is continuous research on its cure but for now, treatments on mental function maintenance, behavioral symptoms management, and several medications have been used to approach the disease to hopefully slow down its symptoms. Prescription drugs approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration have only been developed to produce dignity, comfort, and extensive independence for a certain time. Alzheimer’s medications such as Cholinesterase Inhibitors and Memantine are often prescribed by doctors during the early and middle stages of this disease. These medications often produce side effects that involve dizziness, nausea, insomnia, loss of appetite to name a few. Alternative medicine such as vitamins, supplements, and herbal remedies that supports brain health has also been promoted to prevent and delay this disease.
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