is one of the most commonly occurring diseases worldwide and most well-known form of dementia, it’s estimated that there are over 55 million people in the world living with dementia.
With modern medicine and new technologies, more people are now living longer and healthier lives leading a greater proportion of older people.
Dementia most commonly occurs in people over the age of 65, gradually affecting a person’s ability to think and remember, and it’s persistent enough to interfere with everyday tasks and activities.
Although it can’t be cured by medicine or surgery, the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can be slowed with proper medical treatment and appropriate care.
In this video, Dr. Ketchai Suavansri
, a Cognitive and Behavioral Neurologist from Neuroscience Center shed light to this topic.
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