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What is it? & What in it?

Dementia may be defined as a loss of acquired cognitive functioning without a loss of consciousness - meaning person with dementia may still be aware of their surroundings and be able to communicate, but they may have difficulty with memory, decision-making, and other cognitive functions.

Dementia is a group of brain disorders affecting memory, thinking, behavior, and the ability to do daily activities. The main symptom of dementia is a progressive decline in cognitive function, which can include memory loss, difficulty paying attention, language problems, and difficulty making decisions. People with dementia may also experience changes in their mood, personality, and behavior, and may struggle with everyday activities like dressing and eating. Wandering is one of the dangerous symptoms among people living with Dementia; at somepoint, many individual experience wandering.

Dementia can be caused by various conditions, including Alzheimer's disease(Alz), Vascular disease, Lewy body dementia(DLB), FrontoTemporal dementia(FTD), and brain injury, chronic alcohol abuse, or certain infections. Diagnosis usually involves evaluating the person's medical history, physical examination, cognitive tests, and imaging studies.

Dementia is not a normal part of getting older, and it's not just one disease. It's a complex condition that requires personalized care. Early diagnosis and treatment can help slow down the progression of the disease and optimize person's quality of life.

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Dementia -complex Brain Disorders - Management & Beyond

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Dementia - Types & Beyond the Boundary

  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Lewy Body Dementia (DLB)
  • FrontoTemopral Dementia(FTD)
  • Minimum Cognitive impairement(MCI)/VCI
  • Vascular Dementia
  • Reversible Dementias

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