Mar 12, 2015

3 Causes of Dementia and Memory Loss in the Elderly

Exposure to general anesthesia increases the risk of dementia in the elderly by 35%.


3 Causes of Dementia and Memory Loss in the Elderly | Alzheimer's Reading Room

Custom Search of related articles
What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia


  1. Exposure to general anesthesia increases the risk of dementia in the elderly by 35% according to a study presented at Euroanaesthesia. See - Does Anesthesia Cause Memory Loss or Dementia in the Elderly?
  2. Undetected infections are common in dementia patients. These infections can lead to permanent memory loss, hard to deal with behavior, dullness (the not there effect), and even death. See - Dementia and Memory Loss Caused by Infection.
  3. Alzheimer's robs you of your memory, especially recent memories. What are the causes of memory loss in Alzheimer's and dementia? See - The First Sign of Alzheimer's Short Term Memory Loss

Custom Search - Anesthesia and Memory Loss


Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room
Email:
Mayo Clinic 
Healthline
Bob DeMarco  is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR). Bob is a recognized expert, writer, speaker, and influencer in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Community worldwide. The ARR Knowledge Base contains more than 5,000 articles. Bob lives in Delray Beach, FL.
The Alzheimer's Reading Room