How to Identify Alzheimer’s in Young Adults

When we worry about aging, many of us focus on things like greying hair, or developing wrinkles in our skin. But in addition to our external body growing older, our insides — including our muscles, skeleton and organs — also experience wear and tear over time.

When our brain begins to show it’s getting on in age, our reflexes become less acute, we move more slowly, and we begin struggling to remember things. Many of us have likely witnessed this last symptom with our Grandparents or parents, but for some, it can be much more severe – and begin much earlier in life — if the brain develops the disease Alzheimer’s.

Read on to learn more about Alzheimer’s in younger brains…

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