German psychiatrist and neurologist Alois Alzheimer described for the first time a patient whose illness later named by his name, Alzheimer`s Disease (AD).
Also, nowadays, this health condition draws attention to both the experts and the folk medicine, as it is still an enigma for modern medicine.
Nowadays, AD and other forms of dementia affect 24 million people in the world.
However, the most worrying thing is that Alzheimer`s disease is growing rapidly.
According to the data published in 2005, in the prestigious medical journal “Lancet”, in the near future, primarily because of the prolongation of the human population, an inevitable dementia epidemic follows.
Therefore, it is speaking picturesque about the appearance of a new case of dementia in the world every seven seconds.
The latest scientific findings suggest that by 2020, there could be 43 million people in the world.
In addition, up to 2040 with 81 million, and by 2050, over 115 million people with dementia.
Prevent Alzheimer`s disease
When it comes to forgetting it is too late
This disease does not have a single effective remedy.
However, there are ways in which this disease you can slow down.
It is crucial at this time to see the first changes in the patient.
Moreover, unfortunately, the disease is most commonly observed in later stages.
Experts point to four symptoms of early Alzheimer`s disease that have nothing to do with forgetting,
However, those symptoms may be indicative of the disease and are good reasons for prevention.
A large number of patients with the AD are often compulsive, even with the onset of blood.
The scientists have not found the exact link between the AD and itching, but they certainly take this symptom into account.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, vision problems can also be a very early indicator of dementia in later stages of life.
Adult people, even if wearing glasses or lenses, have five to ten time greater chance of contracting from the AD.
At the same time, they can have other forms of dementia in a period of 8.5 years after worsening.
Changes in the manuscript – handwriting
With the help of handwriting, we can also discover Alzheimer`s disease.
We can discover this disease, especially if it is a word of improper and “fading” handwriting.
In this case, the handwriting gets worse with a worse mental condition.
Also, the writing time becomes slower.
The words differ considerably from one another with visible shots in some letters.
It is similar to Parkinson’s disease, which, besides twitching, is characterized by a narrow and crouched letter.
Also, the manuscript sometimes becomes so small that the author himself cannot read it.
Sick people can also become overwhelming, suspicious, and depressed.
Sometimes self-confessed people can become insecure and also shy.
They can be easily disturbed if they are out of the home and also the place they feel safe.