People who have Alzheimer’s disease typically go through distinct phases in which symptoms gradually worsen. However, not everyone will go through all of the Alzheimer’s stages, nor progress through them at the same rate. For example, recent research has provided some evidence that in Alzheimer’s disease, the signs of dementia
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Q: Is it true that we remember negative events more clearly than positive ones?
A: Studies have shown that yes, we do tend to remember the details of negative events better than we do the happier or positive ones. There are a number of theories as to why this is true. If
A weakening sense of smell may take some enjoyment out mealtime, but it also may be an early sign of dementia, according to research. Impaired olfactory function is often linked to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as well as Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Earlier studies revealed that neurodegeneration have a notable effect on brain
Mmmm, smoothies—they’re so quick, delicious, and healthy. Unless you’ve been living in a remote jungle village, you’ll have noticed the fast rise of this beloved drink. Smoothies grace the menus of restaurants, juice bars, and fast food chains around the world. You’ll even find premade versions on grocery store shelves.
The critical difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia is that Alzheimer’s is a specific disease and dementia is a term used to describe symptoms that can be caused by a number of different diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD). So, is there a difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia? The answer is both
Reseachers are hard at work trying to figure out what causes dementia. In the case of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), they’re trying to learn the process associated with the condition’s onset. What are they learning? That there’s a multifactorial process associated with AD, and that it’s triggered by a combination of
It may not seem like an obvious connection, but being unsteady on your feet could be a sign that you’re not thinking clearly, either. You may be inclined to chalk up changes in your coordination to advancing age or muscle weakness. But research suggests that while balance problems may be
In terms of weight gain, eating refined grains and starchy carbohydrates such as potato products matches the dangers of sugar. Cutting back on both can help you lose weight, increase your energy levels, and prevent serious disease.
There is surprising good news about the brain and degenerative diseases that can affect it: Predictions that rates of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias will explode as the nation’s population ages may have been too pessimistic. According to a study published in 2017 in JAMA Internal Medicine, rates of dementia
Contrary to popular belief, memory loss is not a natural part of aging. Occasionally forgetting a name or misplacing the car keys is normal. But significant memory problems that disrupt daily life, such as getting lost on the way home from a familiar grocery store or developing an inability to