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Alzheimer's traditionally begins with mild cognitive impairment, usually taking form in the following symptoms:

  • Loss of memory
  • Taking excessive amount of time to complete basic tasks
  • Inability to think clearly or make reasonable judgements
  • Misplacing or losing items
  • Repetitively asking the same questions
  • Forgetting names, people, or places

As mild cognitive impairment progresses, individuals may begin to suffer from more severe symptoms of the earlier signs of Alzheimer's, including:

  • Severe to complete loss of memory
  • Constant disorientation of your surroundings
  • Mood changes and fluctuations, including anxiousness, depression, or agitation
  • Experiencing hallucinations or sounds that aren't there
  • Difficulty speaking
  • Lack of appetite; difficulty eating
  • Loss of weight

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