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Fear And Powerless Against Alzheimer's Disease

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Alzheimer's disease occurs as a result of changes in the human brain. Although the causes are unclear as of today the levels of chemical messengers decreasing can bring on the signs of Alzheimer's …

Alzheimer's disease occurs as a result of changes in the human brain. Although the causes are unclear as of today the levels of chemical messengers decreasing can bring on the signs of Alzheimer's disease. Over time this can deteriorate the person's way of thinking and lead to all the stages of dementia.

Alzheimer's disease is a very destructive disease that not only affects the patient but also the family of the patient.

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  • 1. ==== ====Learn more information about Alzheimers disease, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatmentat:http://www.trackads.biz/link/alzheimerdisease==== ====Alzheimers disease is a very destructive disease that not only affects the patient but also thefamily of the patient. It takes an otherwise normally functioning person and transforms them into aperson needing a ton of care. This is a disorder of the brain that was named after a Germanphysician Alois Alzheimer. He was the first to describe the disease back in 1906This is a fatal and very progressive disease of the brain. It is a disease that affects more than5,300,000 people in the United States alone. Reports of those diagnosed with this disease aregrowing. There are severe problems associated with this disease that include a severe loss ofmemory and other critical brain functions. Life for the one suffering with disease is changedpermanently.The patient with this disease will experience a worsening trend. Memory will worsen, and quickly.Brain thinking skills will diminish with other high order brain functions. In the U. S., it is the seventhleading cause of death.Dementia is a result of this disease. In fact, it is the leading cause of dementia. This is a term usedto define severe memory loss with severe impairment of high order brain functions. The problemswith this disease will disrupt daily life on a huge scale. Up to eighty percent of the cases ofdementia can be attributed to this disease. It is a disease that is growing in numbers and it has scientists baffled. Those that show signs ofAlzheimers will eventually worsen over time. However, with the right treatment and support,patients will lead better lives. It is a terribly traumatic disease for all of those involved with it. Aheroic effort is being put forth all over the world for better treatments of the disease.What can be done is make the sufferer more comfortable...-RANJEET-==== ====Learn more information about Alzheimers disease, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatmentat:http://www.trackads.biz/link/alzheimerdisease==== ====

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