13. Difficulty in communicating
When one suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease over a given time duration, such a person will eventually have a challenge in his/her communication. This is because the communication skills will slowly diminish and this implies that he /she can easily not know what to say next or stop a mid -conversation. In certain cases, he will easily confuse things as he may be lacking the appropriate vocabulary to use in his/her sentence. For example, when he/she can confuse a “he” for a “she”. When the problem lasts for longer, others will try to adopt the gestures in their communications. This is another common sign that requires one to be cared for in the most suitable way.
These are some of the common signs and symptoms of one suffering from Alzheimer disease or dementia. The conditions will vary from a given patient to another and also on the condition of the patient. When you identify these signs in its early stage, then you can easily manage the condition. This will stop the Alzheimer’s disease from worsening, which may be very risky. It is also important to have a frequent visit to your doctor who will guide you on the ultimate ways to manage the condition. You also need to fully take care of a family member who has developed the condition. You must of all accept his/her condition and you can easily aid the patient through such tricky conditions.