Most people associate dementia with memory loss, but the disease affects people in different ways. This may include behavioral changes, confusion, confusion, delusions and hallucinations, communication difficulties. Every experience of dementia is different. Dementia has different causes. The word "dementia" is only a general description of the symptoms. Symptoms of diseases are memory loss, confusion, and personality change. Alzheimer's disease is the leading cause, but dementia is dementia, Lewy's body dementia, and frontal dementia.
Dementia causes problems of thinking, memory, and thinking. Dementia occurs when the brain part which involved in learning, memory, decision-making, and speech are damaged or sick. Also referred to as severe neurocognitive disorder, it is not a disease in itself. Instead, it is a group of symptoms caused by other conditions. Alzheimer's disease is the leading cause of dementia. Alzheimer's disease is between 60% and 80% of those with dementia. However, there are up to 50 more causes of dementia. The symptoms of dementia can be improved by the treatment. But many diseases that cause dementia are not curable.