Scientists believe the changes in the brain are caused by a build up of a protein called amyloid
Researcher at the John Hopkins University of Medicine, Baltimore found that among adults who entered a study more than 25 years ago, an increasing number of midlife vascular risk factors were associated with elevated levels of brain amyloid later in life.
Experts said having two or more midlife vascular risk factors compared with none was significantly associated with elevated amyloid deposition in the brain.
The Following Traits are Symptoms of Alzheimer, And If You find yourself experiencing more than three out of them, then you need further test..
Change In Moods And Personality – People suffering from Alzheimer are rarely in good moods.
Loss of Memory– They forget easily and always
Challenges In Solving Problems– They cannot singlehandedly solve problems
Difficulty in completing Daily Tasks- Not even daily familiar routines will they complete
Misplacing Things– We all forget things once a while but when it becomes a regular thing, then a call for a medical attention is needed.
Visual Problems– They find it hard to focus on distant objects
Losing Track Of Time And Dates- Alzheimer patients rarely remember times and dates of events
Words And Conversation Always A Challenge- When you prefer to be on your own mostly or you find it very challenging to respond to conversations, then you may want to further check it out.
Poor Judgement– People With Alzheimer always suffer from poor judgement like paying too much money for an item sometimes.