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Memory Loss vs Alzheimer’s & Other Dementia

Changes in the brain that develop in old age are, many times, linked to memory loss, with or without some form of dementia. Memory loss combined with a relatively small degree of confusion, aka cognitive impairment, is what used to be termed “senility”. But it is only when memory impairment and cognitive decline result in noticeable trouble performing normal daily functions — hourly recurrence of confusion — that the onset of disabling dementia should be suspected and diagnosis sought.

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