If you or a loved one is experiencing memory loss, difficulties performing daily tasks, or other changes, knowing what to look for can help decide if it’s time to see a doctor.
Learn the differences between dementia, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and Alzheimer's, and how Alzheimer's affects the brain.
As intimidating or stressful as it may be, it's important to talk with a doctor as soon as you or your loved one notices problems with memory or thinking that begin to affect day-to-day activities. They can help identify if something is wrong early on. If it is Alzheimer’s, a timely diagnosis can help you and your loved one prepare for what’s ahead.
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