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What is the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia?

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Izaiah Smith
December 12, 2019 5:33PM

The main difference is that, unlike Alzheimer’s, dementia is not a disease; it is a group of symptoms that impact memory, ability to communicate, and performance of daily tasks. It usually starts with simple forgetfulness and can progress to an inability to care for oneself. There is more than one type of dementia, and people can suffer from multiple types simultaneously.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. It gets worse with time and affects language, thought, and memory, and it’s currently incurable. No exact cause is known.

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YorkLawFirm
4 hours ago
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Benny Mainka
1 day ago
Alzheimer = forgetting dementia = disconnecting of 2 spots in the brain causing way more than just forgetting
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