Subtle changes in the way you walk, talk, and sleep can be the first signals of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research detailed in a special report from Health Radar.
These newly identified symptoms may sneak in even before the memory loss more commonly associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Experts say that early identification of the following three signs can help tremendously in slowing the disease’s progression.
- A cautious, hesitant gait pattern — Scientists have identified a characteristic and unusual way of walking in Alzheimer’s patients, which starts in the early stages of the disease.
- Shifts in speech patterns — The Boston Naming Test and others have changed the game in early Alzheimer’s detection and treatment by evaluating conversation skills.
- Sleeping too much or too little — Sudden changes in regular sleep patterns could be the sign of a failing brain, indicating the need for medical follow-up.
3 Early Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s
, dives deep into the details of these telltale warning signs and symptoms. Simple Alzheimer’s prevention strategies are also covered.
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Polls show that people fear Alzheimer’s more than any other disease except cancer. That’s understandable, since about 5.4 million Americans suffer from this deadly disease today. Read the report immediately to see why doctors are now paying close attention to these three signs and symptoms when considering an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.