Alzheimer is an incurable disease, which is also the most common form of dementia, includes problems with memory, thinking and behaviour. This worsens as it progresses and leads to death also. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. Dementia is a disorder of the brain that affects seriously a person’s ability to carry out daily activities. Continue Reading
The thought of Alzheimer’s disease does not cross your mind unless it affects someone you love. Most of the information people have today about it is through fabricated sources like news, and its different portrayals in movies and on TV. In the recent years, several myths about this disease have come into the picture that has led to many misinterpretations. Alzheimer’s is a progressive and degenerative brain disease that can affect anyone. This article is an effort to refute such myths that come in the way of our ability to understand and help people suffering from this condition.