While you may feel far too young to care about the early warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease, it’s not something that only strikes the elderly. The disease generally affects those older than 65, but it can develop in your 30s or 40s in what’s referred to as early-onset Alzheimer’s.
While the thought of the cognitive decline, confusion, and mood changes associated with the disease is scary,a diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s is rare. It is, however, a good idea to be informed and be aware of early signs of a problem.
There are also preventative measures that can lower your chances of developing the disease. Including taking care of your health, enjoying fresh air and a dose of vitamin D, and exercising.
Let’s take a look at 13 most common early symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
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