Alzheimer Disease, Ageing and Dementia

Dementia can be a general term for a decline in ability severe enough to interfere with lifestyle. Alzheimer's disease is the most common explanation for dementia. Dementia is not a traditional part of aging. It is caused by damage to brain cells that affects their ability to speak, which can affect thinking, behavior and feelings. Aging and AD are related in the way, so it is reasonable to wonder whether or not it is possible to grow old without AD appearing inexorably at all times, given the lifespan. Alzheimer's disease is strongly linked to neurodegeneration and decreased cognition, including language skills, practice, memory loss with loss of ability to recognize faces and remember names, loss of judgment and emotional stability, personality alterations, progressive and increased loss of neurons with the presence of neuritic plaques, neurofibrillary tangles, generalized destruction of the neural network, brain and evident hippocampal atrophy; however, several factors are linked to normal aging.

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