Early-Onset Alzheimer's

Early-onset Alzheimer’s, also known as younger-onset Alzheimer’s, is a kind of dementia which affects individuals younger than 65. It is not yet clear why patients have this condition at such an early age. The main symptoms include extreme memory loss which hinders routine, mood swings, having a hard time in assessing distance, getting easily confused, especially with the time and location, speaking and writing difficulties, significant difficulties in planning and problem solving.

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