Here are some of the symptoms often associated with early stages of Alzheimer’s disease:
- Forgetfulness Symptoms of early Alzheimer’s can include forgetting dates, events or names, misplacing or losing things, repeating stories, or repeatedly asking the same question.
- Trouble managing finances You may notice a decline in ability to keep track of bills or manage a checkbook.
- Difficulty tracking days of the week, the day’s date, the year, the time of day or seasons of the year.
- Trouble completing routine activities such as driving to a familiar location, cooking a favorite recipe, and remembering where items are stored or located.
If you are worried about the signs of memory loss, do not wait to take action. Early diagnosis and prevention may help us discover the cure for Alzheimer’s disease.