World Alzheimer’s Day 2020 know about disease symptoms causes and treatment

New Delhi: The whole world will celebrate World Alzheimer’s Day on September 21, 2020. This day is celebrated to raise awareness among people with Alzheimer’s disease so that people can learn more about the disease. With this disease, the patient forgets things. Like forgetting to put something somewhere and forgetting about it some time ago. Older people are more victims of this disease, but in this day and age teenagers are also becoming prone to it. In a few years the number of patients with this disease has increased.

Causes of Alzheimer’s
So far, it has been observed that this disease is common in people over 60. It is believed that this happens because the brain cells shrink, which causes some chemicals to start decreasing within the neurons. Aside from that, head injuries, viral infections, and strokes can also cause Alzheimer’s.

Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
Sleeplessness at night
Forgetting things too quickly
-Eye lighting
Problems even with the smallest of tasks
– Don’t recognize your family members
Effects on ability to remember, think, and make decisions
-Depression, anxiety

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Treatment of Alzheimer’s
Medicines are used to balance the amount of chemicals in brain cells. Use of medication can improve patients’ memory and understanding. The earlier medication is started, the more beneficial it is. In addition to medication, patients and their families also need advice.

Alzheimer’s prevention
To avoid this disease, a nutrient-rich diet should be consumed in addition to regular exercise.
– People should meet so that there is no depression.
– The people of the house should keep in touch so that there is no problem identifying their faces.
-If someone has had this disease in your home before, take care of them beforehand.
– The learner should be strengthened, e.g. B. Reading books, spending time with friends and family, etc.
You can also listen to your favorite music to help prevent depression.

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(Note: Consult physicians before taking action.)