Aside from cardiovascular diseases, one of the common conditions that most adults acquire during their older years is Alzheimer’s disease. This type of dementia gradually damages the mind, reasoning capacity, and capability to perform activities of a person. Moreover, it is incapable of being reversed at least for people during their 60s.
“Where’re my glasses?” you ask. Then, you realize that they were on the top of your head all along. Or do you remember your grandparents always asking for your name, as if they did not know you all their life? Forgetfulness can come with age; however, how can you distinguish aging with Alzheimer’s disease?