Causes of dementia include damage to or loss of nerve cells which connect to the brain. The main cause of progressive dementia is Alzheimer’s disease.
On average, a person can live 4 to 8 years after diagnosis, depending on the condition of the patient. However, some patients can live up to 20 years.
The tell-tale warning signs of dementia include short-term memory loss, frequent forgetfulness, confusion with time or place, problems with speaking, reading and writing, challenges with panning and problem solving, difficulty with completing familiar tasks, poor judgement, changes in personality, and withdrawal from social settings.
Though dementia is degenerative in nature and cannot be cured, symptoms can be effectively managed with medication.
There is no known cure for dementia. However, symptoms can be effectively managed with medication.
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