Memory loss, trouble finding words, poor judgment, and issues with daily tasks are just a few of the symptoms that fall under the broad umbrella of dementia, which is brought on by damage to or death of brain cells (neurons).
One factor that results in neuronal damage is dementia causes. When brain cells are damaged, they cannot interact with one another, which causes malfunction.
The following are typical signs and symptoms of dementia.
- No memory
- Issues with communicating or speaking (word-finding difficulties, repetition)
- Focusing problems Poor judgment Difficulties finishing assignments
- Has trouble understanding what they observe
- Memory issues, particularly recalling recent experiences, make it harder to concentrate.
- Changes in behavior or personality
- Sadness or isolation from society
- Decrease of capacity for doing routine chores.