World Alzheimer’s Day 2021
World Alzheimer’s day is on September 21 this year. As everyone raises awareness, it is important to recognize the importance of this disorder.
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Alzheimer’s disease is the most emotional disease a family could go through. Watching your loved one slowly forget things affects so many Americans in the U.S.
About 5.7 million American’s suffer with Alzheimer disease and is the topmost leading death that cannot be cured.
A lot of organizations and healthcare systems, support Alzheimer awareness month in September. It has been a big part of a celebration each year on the month of September, remembering the history behind it all.
What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease in which it effects the memory and leads to memory loss.
This disease carries many effects from the brain in which does not give a person the ability to control movements thoughts and memory.
This disease unfortunately effects daily life activities and interactions with others. People who generally get Alzheimer’s disease get it from genetics. People don’t notice sudden changes of this disease. It progressively changes throughout the years without realizing you have the disease.
Warnings of this disease
Some symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease are:
Difficulty completing tasks
Misplacing things easily
Changes in mood or behavior
By educating the public about how important Alzheimer’s disease is and how much it has negatively affected patients and family members.
Making donations to healthcare and organizations to help patients better overcome this battle.
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