Not all forms of dementia are caused by Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, there are plenty of conditions that mimic Alzheimer’s—well enough to stump doctors, in some cases.
While it’s never good news when symptoms include memory loss, personality changes, and confusion, there is some hope.
Many of the conditions that mimic Alzheimer’s disease are treatable with early intervention.
From vitamin deficiencies to the side effects of drugs, there’s a lot that can happen to cause memory loss and confusion.
Treatable Conditions Easily Mistaken for Alzheimer’s Disease
There are actually over 100 conditions whose symptoms can spark fears of Alzheimer’s disease. Here …read more