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Age Care – Symptoms that may indicate Dementia

For the best age care facilities, it is important to understand the difference between normal age related forgetfulness and symptoms which may indicate dementia. Occasional lapses in memory can be considered as a normal part of the ageing process in most people which may not be an onset of dementia.
Symptoms which indicate dementia includes difficulty when performing simple tasks which you’ve done many times earlier. One may need age care services for dementia if get lost or disoriented in familiar places and face difficulties in following directions. Poor judgement and trouble making choices can be another symptom of dementia.
When memory loss becomes pervasive and severe such that it disrupts your work, family relationships and social activities, one may be experiencing the warning signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Memory loss can also be caused due to certain factors that can be easily treated like Depression, Alcohol abuse, Vitamin B12 deficiency, Thyroid problems, Dehydration etc.