Having Difficulty Remembering Things
Memory loss is one of the first and best-known symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. In the early stages, someone often forgets important dates and events, and people he or she has recently met. As the disease progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to remember things. It’s true that the older one becomes, the more one ‘forgets’ and can remember at a later time. This is what makes the difference between Alzheimer’s and old age. As for Alzheimer’s, you have permanently lost the information and as for old age, you just need a brief moment to remember.