Our health advice – About 1.2 million people live in France with a cognitive disorder that threatens their independence. How do you recognize emerging dementia? Answer with two experts.
The grandmother who never remembers your first name, an unrestrained uncle who filtered your four truths, an elderly neighbor who mows the lawn every day at the same time… We’ve all crossed paths, at some point in our lives, with dementia, sometimes without a doubt. And for good reason, these neurocognitive disorders strike relatively often. In France, more than 1.2 million people currently suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, two-thirds of whom have Alzheimer’s disease Article published in 2019 in a specialized magazine. More specifically, about one in five people over the age of 75 are affected, and nearly half of those under age 75 are affected. Rather than initially reticent, these turmoil worsened over the years. Hence the interest in knowing how to spot them early in order to prepare for the future.
«The term dementia is often misunderstood by the general public, while in medicine it is not synonymous with the term “madness”, but rather “neural degeneration”want to explain
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