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10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's
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10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer's

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As we age we all worry about age-related memory loss - in ourselves or in our elders. Here's a quick 'n' clean rundown of the most common signs of dementia (Alzheimer's in particular) and four things …

As we age we all worry about age-related memory loss - in ourselves or in our elders. Here's a quick 'n' clean rundown of the most common signs of dementia (Alzheimer's in particular) and four things we all can do NOW to reduce the risks.

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  • 1. 10 Signs It Might Be Alzheimer’s And What You May Be Able to Do About It
  • 2. Forgetting Things at Work
  • 3. Difficulty Performing Familiar Tasks Forget where you’re going? Or how to get home on a familiar route?
  • 4. Problems with Language Having trouble summoning a person’s name you know well or an object you always use, like a fork.
  • 5. Loss of Initiative It takes more energy, espe cially to cover for lapses and it starts to get scary to continue to participate fully in activities.
  • 6. Poor or Decreased Judgment Financial mismanagement is an early red flag that, if ignored, can cost a family a lot of money.
  • 7. Problem with Abstract Thinking Can only understand literal things, can no longer grasp abstractions.
  • 8. Misplacing Things (More Often) The ‘key’ here is you never recover the memory of how they got misplaced.
  • 9. Changes in Mood Behavior
  • 10. Changes in Personality
  • 11. Disorientation (Especially Regarding Time and Place)
  • 12. You Don’t Need to Have All Ten to Have Dementia
  • 13. What’s a Person to Do? Four Steps You Can Take Now to Reduce the Risks or Mitigate the Damage
  • 14. Exercise 15-30 Minutes Daily Exercise in moderation helps blood circulate through the brain. It also keeps your body from falling later in life.
  • 15. Exercise the Brain Daily Your brain ‘adjusts’ to puzzles. Mix it up and learn a language or take up new hobbies.
  • 16. Eat Well: Dark, Leafy Veggies
  • 17. Eat Well: Other Options
  • 18. Stay Socially Connected This is HUGE. Stay in touch with people and meet in person, not just online or on the phone.
  • 19. CreatedbyTheGlennerMemoryCareCenters Learn more at www.glenner.org

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