Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms
Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms is often misdiagnosed, possibly causing undue stress for those who don’t have the disease but are told they do, and delays in treatment for others, two new studies reveal.Although no cure or effective treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms exists, a correct diagnosis is essential because some drugs can delay its progress and help preserve quality of life for as long as possible. An early diagnosis also gives patients time to plan for their end-of-life care, experts say.
RELATED: 10 Essential Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease: One reason may be that men in the study seemed to develop Alzheimer’s at a younger age than women and had a more aggressive form of the disease. Men tended to develop Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms in their 60s, while women developed it in their 70s, 80s and 90s, said Murray, an assistant professor of neuroscience.Men also seemed to have Alzheimer’s in different areas of the brain than women.