The 10 Warning Signs

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Though doctors agree that the symptoms of Alzheimer’s are varied, there are a set of 10 general signs that are considered warnings of increased risk of developing the disease:

  • Memory loss
  • Poor judgment leading to bad decisions
  • Loss of spontaneity and sense of initiative
  • Taking longer to complete normal daily tasks
  • Repeating questions
  • Trouble handling money and paying bills
  • Wandering and getting lost
  • Losing things or misplacing them in odd places
  • Mood and personality changes
  • Increased anxiety and/or aggression

If you or a loved one experience a number of these signs, please seek a medical diagnosis today.

To learn more, visit: alz.org or nih.org.

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