Originally posted on Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger:
- IvySoul Robinson
Part One – the domino effect
Dementia generally refers to conditions in the brain that impair an individual’s ability to think, reason, and remember clearly. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common manifestations of dementia in which memory loss is the dominant effect. The study of dementia has helped us better understand the causes and take the necessary actions for both medication and prevention; as well as, it has provided us with interesting insights into the vital role of memory and thought in the life of a healthy individual.
Neurological studies have revealed much about the brain of a patient with dementia. However, it is also very important to understand this condition from the point of view…
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