Some memory loss is a normal part of aging, but when memory loss and confusion impact your day-to-day life, it might be a sign of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease changes the structure of your brain. These changes affect the way your brain works. It affects the way you think, remember, act and feel. Alzheimer’s disease is one of the diseases that cause dementia, and it’s the most common type of dementia in Canada.
Many of us look forward to our retirement and see our later years as a chance to reflect and enjoy the lives we built for ourselves. But for hundreds of thousands of Canadians, this time of reflection becomes a time of loss and confusion.
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Many of us look forward to our retirement and see our later years as a chance to reflect and enjoy…
Visions article: Looking Ahead to the Dementia Journey
Ben Rawluk Reprinted from the Recovery: Living Your Bestish Life issue of Visions Journal, 2022, 17 (4), pp. 16-17 We all forget things Read more