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30 Alzheimer’s Red Flags You Should Never Ignore

Best Life Logo By Tehrene Firman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 31: Alzheimer's—the most common type of dementia—affects millions of Americans. Unfortunately it’s also one of the hardest diseases to deal with, both for the individual afflicted and those around them. Symptoms typically start showing up after 60 years old, and while some might seem like normal age-related issues at first, they go far beyond occasionally losing keys or forgetting someone’s name. When it comes to Alzheimer's, here are 30 red flags you should never ignore. And if you're looking to prevent it altogether, start with these 20 Surprising Habits That Reduce Your Alzheimer’s Risk.

30 Alzheimer’s Red Flags You Should Never Ignore

Alzheimer's—the most common type of dementia—affects millions of Americans. Unfortunately it’s also one of the hardest diseases to deal with, both for the individual afflicted and those around them. Symptoms typically start showing up after 60 years old, and while some might seem like normal age-related issues at first, they go far beyond occasionally losing keys or forgetting someone’s name. When it comes to Alzheimer's, here are 30 red flags you should never ignore. And if you're looking to prevent it altogether, start with these 20 Surprising Habits That Reduce Your Alzheimer’s Risk.

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