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According to the National Institutes of Health, dementia rarely begins before age 60, and the risk of developing dementia increases with age. Degenerative dementia, which is caused by Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia, cannot be reversed. Other forms of dementia caused by brain tumors, metabolic causes, infections, low vitamin B12 levels, normal pressure hydrocephalus and thyroid conditions, on the other hand, can be treated.
The Mayo Clinic describes dementia as “a group of symptoms affecting intellectual and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily functioning,” rather than a specific disorder. Symptoms of dementia include changes in feeling or perception, altered sleep patterns, decreases in problem-solving skills and judgment, disorientation, learning problems, impaired recognition, language problems, short-term and long-term memory problems, motor system problems, hallucinations and delusions, confusion and....... read more of Dementia Linked to High Cholesterol