Alzheimer's Disease

A Progressive Disease

Alzheimer Disease

What is Alzheimer Disease?

Alzheimer's a neurological disorder caused by plaques and tangles in aging brains and a psychological condition that impacts the minds of elderly individuals through a sense of disconnection from meaningful social relationships.

Many informal accounts indicate that older individuals who undergo surgical procedures might encounter lasting cognitive decline resembling symptoms seen in dementia patients. This has raised concerns regarding the possibility of surgical procedures and anesthesia increasing the chances of developing Alzheimer's disease or accelerating its progression

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