Every year, World Alzheimer’s Day is celebrated on September 21 to raise awareness about the neurological condition among people. Mumbai health experts shed light on the causes, symptoms, effects, challenges and how people can help those suffering from the disease
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- Alzheimer’s Disease is part of a group of neurological disorders known as Dementia
- Most commonly, senior citizens, above the age of 65 are the high-risk population
- There is no cure for Alzheimer`s, but certain drugs can alleviate and slow down symptoms
There is more emphasis being placed on one’s health and fitness now more than ever before, and this has probably been triggered because of the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects over the last three years.