It has been recently revealed in a report that if a person tends to have depression like symptoms at the age of 40 years, it might mean there might be chances that the person can have Alzheimer's in the time to come.
Alzheimer's is a degenerative disease that tends to affect a person in the later stages of life The crux here is that it tends to start to take position from a earlier stage. It might be affected by a number of factors, and it might ted to show in a person at the age of 40, if they have depression like symptoms due to any cause.
Simple things like forgetting names and directions when driving or simply becoming clumsier while doing daily chores might be a potential symptom for the disease. This is why there is dire need for efforts to be made by people to understand this problem in a better manner and try and look for a solution for it while there is still time. If help is sought at the right time, full blown dementia might be prevented in the later stages of life. What is further is that this might help a person in preventing long time loss.
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