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Ten Warning Signs for Alzheimer's Disease

Although Alzheimer's disease is "incurable", there are therapies available to slow it down, if the disorder can be identified in its early stages.

Here are 10 warning signs to help you to identify Alzheimer's disease in a loved one before the disease noticeably progresses to the advanced stages.

  • Memory loss
  • Difficulty performing familiar task (even familiar ones)
  • Problems with language (i.e. trouble finding the right word, even simple ones)
  • Disorientation to time and place (even familiar places)
  • Poor or decreased judgment
  • Problems with abstract thinking
  • Misplacing things (includes putting things in unusual places)
  • Changes in mood or behavior (including rapid mood swings for no apparent reason)
  • Changes in personality
  • Loss of initiative.

The first symptoms of dementia and Alzheimer disease are usually mild forgetfulness. People begin to have difficulty with short-term memory for recent events, activities, or the names of familiar people or things. As the disease progresses, these symptoms begin to occur with increasing frequency.

Visit our Alzheimer's Disease web page to learn more.