Research shows that the Alzheimer’s disease process may begin more than 20 years before dementia sets in. Learn more.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how or when Alzheimer’s disease (AD) starts to take hold. Initially, cognitive abnormalities may only be apparent on detailed neuropsychological testing. Eventually, however, problems with memory and reasoning can’t be ignored. Experts in the Cleveland Clinic’s Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health say the common warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease … Read More
Memory difficulty is a typical symptom of menopause, but some might fear that it’s an early sign of Alzheimer’s. Many describe a sudden inability to recall simple facts as “brain fog.”