Alzheimer’s often has an early onset of certain symptoms, which may include: depression, anxiety, trouble concentrating, and even memory loss. Sometimes, it may be difficult to recognize this disease’s onset since many of the symptoms are similar to those experienced by people in their youth or early twenties. However, once you have noticed one or two of these indicators, it is wise to seek medical help. Early detection is one of the most important aspects of caring for someone who has dementia. Early symptoms can indicate that the patient may well develop more serious conditions as they progress in age.
10. Inability to focus
Another early sign is the inability to concentrate and to focus on tasks. This is often because the patient is suffering from minor memory impairments. They may still be able to carry out fundamental tasks like remembering names and phone numbers, but they will not have the ability to focus or concentrate on a long task, such as reading.
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