Early signs of Alzheimer’s disease generally include memory problems, as well as problems choosing words, judgement impairment, and difficulties with spatial relations.
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Medication is often used to slow down symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Additionally, medication may be used to treat secondary issues that stem from the illness, such as anxiety and depression.
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