is usually a disorder seen in elderly.
Symptoms are loss of memory which can be progressive, further in course of illness the person loses executive function's (information processing), language and praxis
(motor movement of body). Some
patient's may present with behavioural problems like agitation, delusion
and hallucinatory behaviour along with cognitive symptoms.
Neurological deficits can cause weakness in parts of body with loss of control
over bowel and bladder
it is basically caused due to amyloid plaque formation in brain which cause inflammation of neurons and shrinkage of brain structure.
The disease process can be halted by use of some medicines. Behavioural issues can also be handled by medications
professional consultation with a neurologist
can be useful.