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The facts about Alzheimer's

 


Alzheimer's disease, while primarily recognized in the elderly, is not a mere byproduct of aging, but a formidable, progressing brain disease that can even afflict individuals as young as in their 40s and 50s. Despite being the most prevalent form of dementia, impacting numerous aspects such as memory, thinking, and behavior, it steadfastly remains without a cure. The Alzheimer's Association underscores it as the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, elucidating that diagnosed individuals navigate an average of eight years post the noticeable onset of symptoms, with survival potentially spanning from four to 20 years.

🧠 Understanding the Underlying Causes of Alzheimer's

The intricate brain alterations initiating Alzheimer's are observed to commence even a decade prior to the perceptible symptoms, revealing that the disease meticulously erodes nerve cells and tissue across the brain, progressively shrinking it, and pervasively impacting nearly all of its functions.

🚨 Identifying the Warning Signs: A Crucial Step


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