WHAT IS ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE?
Alzheimer's disease is an exceedingly common condition that leads to the gradual deterioration of memory and mental functions. It is also the most well-known cause of dementia for patients who are advanced in age. This condition can cause immense distress and frustration for those who suffer from it, as well as their loved ones. While this disease cannot be cured, there are ways to help people with Alzheimer's achieve a better quality of life. At The Wellness Institute of Dallas, our team offers nutritional counseling, supplement therapy, and lifestyle counseling to help patients with early-onset Alzheimer's disease manage their symptoms. Contact our Dallas, TX office if you suspect that you or a loved one may be developing Alzheimer's disease and seek professional guidance as soon as possible.
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SYMPTOMS and CAUSES
As our bodies alter with age, our brains do as well. Changes in the brain are what many scientists and researchers believe may cause Alzheimer's disease. One of the most prominent early signs of the condition is forgetting brand new information. Over time, memory issues become more and more severe and could even reach a point of preventing individuals from completing everyday tasks. While the precise cause of Alzheimer's disease is unknown and no cure currently exists, there are still ways to manage some symptoms and slow the progression of the disease if early care is sought.
Alzheimer's Disease FAQs
What are the early signs of Alzheimer's disease?
The most common early symptom of Alzheimer's disease is forgetting recently learned information. As the disease progresses, memory issues may become more severe. Other early signs include difficulty planning or solving problems, trouble with abstract thinking, misplacing things, changes in mood and personality, and withdrawal from work or social activities.
How is Alzheimer's disease diagnosed?
No one test can definitively diagnose Alzheimer's disease. Instead, doctors may review your medical history and perform a physical exam to rule out other possible conditions before making a diagnosis. The Wellness Institute of Dallas can provide more information about getting the care you need if you suspect you or a loved one may be suffering from Alzheimer's.
Are there ways to prevent Alzheimer's disease?
There is no known way to prevent Alzheimer's disease. However, there are ways to help reduce your risk of developing the condition. These include maintaining a healthy lifestyle, eating a healthy diet, staying mentally and socially active, and getting regular exercise. If you have any concerns about your risk, be sure to speak with our team.
LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE
Receiving an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis can be incredibly distressing, but early steps can be taken to slow down the progression of the condition and help you manage your symptoms. At The Wellness Institute of Dallas, we put the well-being of you and your family first. To partner with professionals who care, contact our Dallas, TX office and schedule a private consultation.