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What are the most common symptoms of dementia?
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Dr. Maureen Nash
Psychiatry - Geriatric
3 doctors agree
In brief: Memory is first
By definition, if you have dementia you have a problem with memory.
Other symptoms include problems with language, trouble using objects like tools, trouble evaluating and processing information, trouble knowing that you have deficits. Other types of symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, depression, anxiety, aggression, disinhibition, irritability and mood lability.

In brief: Memory is first
By definition, if you have dementia you have a problem with memory.
Other symptoms include problems with language, trouble using objects like tools, trouble evaluating and processing information, trouble knowing that you have deficits. Other types of symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, depression, anxiety, aggression, disinhibition, irritability and mood lability.
Dr. Maureen Nash
Dr. Maureen Nash
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Dr. Eddie Nakhuda
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
In brief: Memory loss
Earliest is memory loss-often detected by close family member & not even physicians unless a minimental testi s performed personality changes, withdrawal from usually enjoyed sports & social activities, getting lost , forgetting to do things started etc simple test of memory is counting change & recall 3 items.

In brief: Memory loss
Earliest is memory loss-often detected by close family member & not even physicians unless a minimental testi s performed personality changes, withdrawal from usually enjoyed sports & social activities, getting lost , forgetting to do things started etc simple test of memory is counting change & recall 3 items.
Dr. Eddie Nakhuda
Dr. Eddie Nakhuda
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