Age and Dementia

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Neurocognitive disorders accounts a class of mental state disorders that essentially affect learning, memory, judgement, and cognitive behaviour, dementia, and delirium. There's no set age for these disorders to happen but it has been found that age-associated memory impairment and dementia increases typically with increasing age.

Geriatrics  scrutinised and stated that people facing dementia whose symptoms started before the age of 65 are often considered as 'younger people with dementia' or as having young-onset dementia and those before the age of 65 are consider  under   “early onset dementia or “working age dementia” category.


  • Age associated Memory Impairment
  • Normal Forgetfulness vs Dementia
  • Young Onset Dementia
  • Working Age Dementia
  • Neuroanatomical & Neurochemical changes with ageing
  • Recent Trends in Ageing related Research
  • Age associated Memory Impairment
  • Normal Forgetfulness vs Dementia
  • Young Onset Dementia
  • Working Age Dementia
  • Neuroanatomical & Neurochemical changes with ageing
  • Recent Trends in Ageing related Research

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