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  • Christine Kennard
    Health Pro
    December 02, 2008
    Christine Kennard
    Health Pro
    December 01, 2008

    Hi Jean

     

    Alzheimer's disease is usually of a comparatively gradual onset although it can seem that it happens quickly. By that I mean that changes in someone's memory and personality are often attributed to something else or overlooked until it becomes very obvious someone is suffering from Alzheimer's. Symptoms can seem like depression, the menopause, the result of psychological or family trauma.

     

    Here are two links to information you may find helpful

     

    Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease

     

    Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease

     

    Christine


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