Six Memory Issues you Probably Confuse with Alzheimer’s Disease

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7These Problems Mimic Alzheimer’s Symptoms

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If you find yourself entering a room without remembering why you wanted to go there in the first place, you may blame it on Alzheimer’s disease. However, this can signal several health problems, including untreated depression, vitamin deficiencies, and brain tumors.

Note that most people with Alzheimer’s symptoms are over the age of 65, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

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