Below you will learn more about Alzheimer’s Disease
The State of an estimated 5 million people in the U.S. ages 65 and older have Alzheimer’s Disease with an aggressive, premature deterioration of the brain that can results in dementia. Women have up to 64 percent of this population. The disease often progresses more quickly in women. Particularly when it comes to memory loss than in men. For the gender gap with have high female prevalence of this illness can partially be attributed to the fact that women live longer than men and that the disease typically afflicts the elderly but there more to the disparity than life span. For the study showed that healthy women who carry the gene variant have an 80 percent chance of developing cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s disease and men with the same gene only have 27 percent risk.
For the thing that you should know for example if you have these situation such as can not remember where you left your keys or the name of the actor in the movie you saw last night. These are common signs of perimenopause which usually occure between ages 45 and 55. Memory loss in Alzheimer’s is more dramatic. You migh repeat a conversation twice in an hour or get in your own neighborhood. But you should see your doctor if you are concerned espeically if you have a family history of these disease.