Dementia" refers to a significant decline in mental ability, potent enough to interfere with daily life, as articulated by the Alzheimer's Association. While Alzheimer's is a subtype, not all dementia is Alzheimer's, and it comes in various forms such as Huntington's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, and Vascular Dementia. Noticing at least two impaired core mental functions, which include memory, communication, ability to focus, reasoning, and visual perception, necessitates a visit to a doctor.

Key Early Signs of Dementia Include:
Short-term memory loss: Noting issues with thinking and memory.

Difficulty finding words: Struggling with speech and finding words.

Changes in mood or behavior:

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