Alzheimer’s – Common warning signs

Alzheimer’s is a disease which affects our memory and thinking capabilities. In its initial stages it affects our memory, but in later stages this cause adverse effects on daily life routine. Beware of the disease and consider various symptoms to stop the problem. It has some specific and clear symptoms in its initial stages. Check below warning signs of the disease to take some precautionary measures immediately.
• The first most common sign is the memory loss. You may forget dates and events and they recall them later. This state of forgetting things may be an initial sign of the brain disease.
• You start facing a problem in solving matters and daily plans. You may not able to handle numbers and checkbooks to figure out the calculation. The challenges you face may be a warning sign of the growing Alzheimer’s.
• People start facing problems in handling their daily home tasks. They even find difficult in recording programs and memorizing rules of the games.
• In some middle stages people face this problem and the warning sign is the time and place loss. They cannot recognize where they are and how much time has been passed.
• This brain disease also affects chromatic vision. You will not be able to recognize color and visual picture due to the effect on the brain.
• One warning sign of the Alzheimer’s is to forget words and spellings. You may not continue your speech and forgets what to speak later on. Difficulty in speaking and making words with letters is also a sign of the disease.
Other symptoms of the disease include leaving social activities and gathering, facing difficulties in decision making and talking with other people. One warning sign of the brain problem is to avoid your favorite task. Changes in mood are also observed.
You should consult a conductor if you find above mentioned sign and changes in your personality.

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