5 Different Types of Dementia

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The brain experiences significant change during aging. For example, from the age of 60, the brain begins to slowly shrink. Both heart disease and head trauma can also have an important effect on the brain, sometimes causing dementia. A person’s family history also influences the occurrence and onset of dementia. 

Dementia is a significant sign of progressive neurodegeneration which causes the death of some brain cells as well as tissue loss. The most frequently affected areas are memory, thinking, behavior, and the ability to do some tasks. 


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