Dementia is a serious health challenge. By some estimates, the number of people living with dementia could triple by 2050.
While Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, many related types of dementia also affect adults worldwide.
Although the diseases that cause dementia have long been considered unrelenting and incurable, there is hope.
This book includes information about:
• What to expect with typical aging
• The earliest signs of abnormal aging
• Features of each stage of the Alzheimer’s disease process
• Features of related dementias, including vascular cognitive impairment and frontotemporal degeneration
• The latest research on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
• How dementia is diagnosed
• How to adjust to a dementia diagnosis
• Overcoming common dementia-related challenges
• Lifestyle factors that have been associated with healthy brain aging
• Living the best life possible as someone with dementia or as a care partner
Are there ways you can lower your risk of dementia? Can dementia be prevented? Can you live well with dementia? If so, how?
You’ll find the answers to these important questions and more in this book.
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