The research from this Alzheimer's memory test, Self-Administered Geocognitive Examination (SAGE), shows that four out of five people (80 percent) with memory issues will be detected by this test.
Ninety-five percent (95) of people who are normal thinking (memory) will have normal SAGE scores.
By Bob DeMarco
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If you find the test results suspicious, you should contact your doctor immediately, and ask for a neurological or geriatric consult. These specialist can determine, through a series of tests, whether or not you are suffering from or headed for Alzheimer's disease.
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SAGE is a brief self-administered cognitive screening instrument to identify Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and early dementia. Average time to complete the test is 10 to 15 minutes.
Go here to get the test.
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