What is Dementia?
Dementia is a loss of cognitive brain function. Dementia is a term used for a group of symptoms of disorders that affect the brain. Dementia is not a specific disease.
Dementia is common in the elderly, but dementia can be experienced by adults of all ages because of certain disease that affect brain function.
Symptoms of dementia :
- Can not remember. forgotten are the most common symptoms that indicate a person has dementia. Patientsmay not be able to remember events that ever experienced. More severe conditions can cause patients to forget their identity and what he has just done.
- Can not control your emotions. if the brain responsible for emotional control becomes demaged, the patient may become irritable, anxious, scared etc.
- communication problems. Forgetfullness and loss of the ability to understand words and loss of cordination may lead to dementia sufferers become unable to communicate with others. If is too severe, can lead to dementia sufferers can not do anything.