Experiencing sudden blurriness in vision? Not necessarily a symptom of Alzheimer's.

What is Alzheimer's?

Research on Alzheimer's disease has shown that it is typically associated with aging, but it can now also occur in individuals as young as 40-50 years old.

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What are the Symptoms?

Memory loss, difficulty recognizing loved ones, forgetfulness, and mood swings are all symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, and it's important to take notice of other early symptoms.

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Memory Loss

Forgetting tasks or important events in daily life, and difficulty recognizing people, can be early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.

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Daily Problems

If someone who has been accustomed to activities like watching TV or driving suddenly forgets how to do them, it may be a cause for concern and should be noted.

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Work and Forget

Occasionally forgetting something in the house is normal, but if it happens frequently and simple tasks become challenging, it may be a cause for concern.

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Blurred Vision

Blurred vision can be a gradual issue and can cause difficulties reading text or looking at oneself in the mirror, which can be concerning.

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Loss of  Distance Perception

People with Alzheimer's may have difficulty judging distances, recognizing colors, and reading text that is far away.

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Change in personality

Alzheimer's patients experience frequent personality changes, sometimes appearing cheerful and other times unhappy, with many displaying abnormal behavior.

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