Dementia symptoms: Three 'changes' in your dietary preferences that can be 'early' signs


As the health body explains, the GP can do some simple checks to try to find out the cause of your symptoms, and may refer you to a specialist for further tests.

“It’s usually very helpful to have someone at the consultation who knows you well and can give the specialist another perspective on your symptoms.”

Can I reduce my risk?

There’s no certain way to prevent all types of dementia, as researchers are still investigating how the condition develops.

However, there’s good evidence that a healthy lifestyle can help reduce your risk of developing dementia when you’re older.


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