Have you ever wondered why sometimes you forgot to remember where your car keys are? Or maybe you have experienced that you are wearing your reading glasses yet you still bother to look for them? How about having trouble remembering which key fits one door and another in your house? And you forgot birthdays of the most important people closest to you. And worst of all, you forgot your own birthday?
You might be having Alzheimer’s disease already?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most popular term for dementia, a non-curable disease characterized by difficulty in remembering recent events, confusion, irritability, aggression, mood swings, language difficulty and eventually long-term memory loss. Although dementia is part of the human aging process, early prevention and healthy living are the best alternative to combat early occurrence of this disease. The World Health Organization estimates that there are around 18 billion people in the world with Alzheimer’s disease. Due to the