Palm Beach Neurological Center is providing a Free Screening for Memory Loss Friday, June 13th, 2014.
Statistics show that one third of people over 60 years of age have some problems recalling information or events. One quarter of people over 85 years of age suffer from serious memory loss.
Inherit Alzheimer’s Disorder
If your parents or grandparents develop Alzheimer’s Disorder it is understandable to worry that you, or your children, may develop the disease. Here we explore whether Alzheimer’s Disorder is genetic.
Which genes are linked to inherit Alzheimer’s Disorder?
There is considerable ongoing investigation into Alzheimer’s Disorder,
Understand Memory More Carefully
There are a number of different processes and levels of understanding when we talk about memory. We don’t simply mean the recollection of childhood events, or how to find our way around. Here we’ll explore these different kinds of memory, and our understanding of them.
Sensory memory is remembering how something looks and being able to describe it,
What are the Top Five Reasons for Memory Loss
Memory loss – whether short or long term – can be very distressing. It’s common to be very worried if you start to forget everyday things, or struggle to remember the names of loved ones and important dates.
There are a lot of reasons that a person might suffer from memory loss and it’s common to jump to worrying conclusions – but the memory loss may not be permanent,
My Parent has Alzheimer’s Disorder
The early signs of Alzheimer’s Disorder
It can be confusing in the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disorder for the person suffering AD,
Explaining Mild Cognitive Impairment.
Do you have a relative who is beginning to show signs of forgetfulness or confusion, and are you concerned that it is more than the usual signs of aging, and may be the early signs of a neuro-degenerative disorder?
This article will tell you more about mild cognitive impairment,