Everyone forgets something sometimes…those keys, that grocery list, a person’s name when greeting. When we’re young, it doesn’t seem to matter much. When we’re older, it starts mattering a little bit more, and then soon we’re starting to wonder if it’s normal or are we really losing our mind?
According to the 2014 US Census, 76.4 million baby boomers (born between 1946-1964) populate our world. That’s 76.4 million elderly adults, and 5.2 million of those elderly adults will suffer from Alzheimer, dementia, or one of the many other memory loss diseases.
According to the latest figures released by the Alzheimer’s Foundation, over 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory-related diseases. What’s even more staggering is that one American is diagnosed every 57 seconds.
Our cognitive abilities gradually decline as we are; it’s simply part of being human. A certain amount of decline is normal.However, some people experience a severe deterioration, leading to dementia. This makes it almost impossible to cope with ordinary daily tasks.
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