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Alzheimer’s disease is a slowly progressive disease of the human brain characterized by impartment of memory or disturbances in planning, reasoning, perception and language. This disease is mostly common amongst those who have crossed the age of seventy. The generic risk factors associated with this disease are high blood pressure, diabetes, elevated cholesterol, coronary artery disease and many more.

Common symptoms of the disease:

The extensive research work conducted by medical professionals on the disease of Alzheimer’s has developed a few basic symptoms of the disease. These are:

1. Loss of memory
2. Difficulty in performing familiar tasks
3. Problems with language or speech
4. Disorientation to notions of time and place
5. Poor or decreased levels of judgment
6. Problems with all kinds of abstract thinking
7. Habit of misplacing things
8. Sudden changes in mood or behavior
9. Changes in personality
10. Loss of initiative

What are the treatments options available for Alzheimer’s disease:

The treatment processes of the Alzheimer’s disease consists of both medication based and non-medication based treatment. FDA has approved two different sections of pharmaceuticals for treating the disease. These are Cholinesterase inhibitors and partial glutamate antagonists. Over the years these are the best possible solution drugs that have been developed for treating patients suffering fro the Alzheimer’s diseases.

Ways of avoiding Alzheimer-

Alzheimer’s disease is often caused by most kinds of psychological medication. These medicines should be avoided as they are highly responsible for anxiety and cognitive impartment in a human beings belonging to a certain group of age. The therapies that have been devised over years of research promise immense benefits to the persons suffering from this disease. Other ways like regular exercising and following a proper diet plan can be of great help in both avoiding or reviving from the disease of Alzheimer’s.


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