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Dementia is a term that describes a group of symptoms that affect memory, thinking, and social skills. Many diseases can cause dementia, although it is not a specific disease in itself. There is even mixed dementia in which patients have two or more types of dementia. Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia in older people, but there are many other factors. Dr. Jill Johnson begins her book by explaining the types of dementia and the seven levels of diagnosis. Having provided clarity, she goes into various topics related to dementia. How To Reduce Your Risk Of Dementia 2022 Edition explains that, unfortunately, there is no cure, but there are various treatments that can help those who suffer from its effects.
How To Reduce Your Risk Of Dementia 2022 Edition is a concise book, and the information is well presented. It will help people caring for someone with dementia significantly. I liked the content because it is a speedy introduction that is perfect for those new to the topic. It is important to understand that dementia is not just determined by age as many people tend to believe, so you need to be informed. Dr. Jill Johnson explains the risk factors and alarm signals we must observe. She discusses the benefits of a healthy diet and provides tips on how to stay active. Many different activities can be enjoyed, depending on the type of person, and these are described on a practical basis.