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What Can A I Do To Help My Memory Problems? I Am 74 Years Old. Day To Day Is Fine, But The Past Is Going Away.
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posted November 19
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@A myALZteam Member Daniels: Neurologist will test you and help detrrmine which type of dementia you have. I am an Early Stage Alzheimers patient, so sruggle to maintsin what I have. Check out my story.

posted November 25
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@A myALZteam Member Has your doctor sent you to a neurologist? I think that is the best qualified person to do tests and discuss what may be the case. There are quite a few types of memory and ways how they relate to parts of the brain. Just talking about myself, I am 78 and get the impression that if I don't "rehearse" the distant past by thinking or talking about it, some of it tends to slip away.

posted November 25

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