Depression is another possible signs of someone suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. When you start developing a clinical depression in your older age, say 50s and above, then it may be an early sign of the Alzheimer’s. The sign may occur even to those who had never suffered from the same condition in their younger ages. Apart from this, it is not a guarantee that anyone who has been diagnosed with depression in their older ages won’t suffer from the disease. This is because there are still possibilities of such a person developing Alzheimer’s. Generally, depression is associated with common diseases and from the conducted study, it is true that anyone who suffers from depression in the older ages has higher risks of developing Alzheimer’s. This, therefore, implies that the elderly should avoid any situation that may likely to make them suffer from depression. Besides developing Alzheimer’s, such people are also likely to develop other related diseases like the vascular dementia. Once you feel depressed, the body will react by producing certain hormones that are responsible for damaging certain parts of the brain, which eventually leads to Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia.