Dementia includes more than just memory loss?

Normal aging includes a certain amount of memory loss, but dementia is not normal aging. Dementia is a series of symptoms that is most often associated with – but definitely not limited to – memory loss. Due to one cause or another, the brain has become diseased and is abnormally dying. The process is progressive, irreversible, and fatal. Until you notice serious and more frequent memory loss, plus other symptoms, you should not worry about a little forgetfulness. Continue reading “Dementia includes more than just memory loss?”