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Signs of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

Contrary to popular belief, there are people who can get Alzheimer’s even before they turn 60. This is called early-onset Alzheimer’s and can affect people from their late 30s all the way to 50s.

While the symptoms are generally the same as its late-onset counterpart, there are still signs of early-onset Alzheimer’s that can seem strange. Still, these signs are telling that you or someone close to you could be developing the disease.

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Signs of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

  1. Memory problems that interfere with productivity or everyday activities. This includes forgetting recent events, not remembering where they put something, or repeating stories and questions.
  2. Becoming confused about the date and time as well as places.
  3. Becoming disoriented such as getting lost in a familiar place.
  4. Changes in personality and behavior such as indifference or lack of empathy towards others, depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.
  5. Difficulty communicating, especially in finding the right words for things.
  6. Difficulty recognizing words and signs, especially if objects are far away or are moving fast.

Since Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease, it is best to identify it in your loved ones early on so that adequate care and treatment can be used before symptoms get worse.


For help with caring for your loved ones with Alzheimer’s please call or text us at 09177992102 or 09565012540.

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