The brain stores different types of in order in different places. Short-term memory involves recalling details that have been catalogued seconds or minutes before. Examples include recite a phone number, recognizing a new face, or repeating a list of 3 objects seen 2 or 3 minutes earlier. For this to happen, distinct areas deep in the brain need to function properly.
Though they may seem little, but in fact, these three main diseases themselves can branch out into numerous dissimilar kinds of different classifications, such as dementia can be categorized into, senile dementia, vascular dementia, chronic or reversible dementia. In this article, we would seek to recognize some more common kinds of memory loss diseases.
Mostly memory losses symptoms include forget details like names, dates, and daily events. Forgetting how to perform certain ordinary tasks is also one of the signs. All this may cause bewilderment and embarrassment for the patient. Depending on the cause of the memory loss, the symptoms change accordingly.
• The individual may ask or inquire about the same thing repeatedly. • The individual may at times find it tough to express himself, with problems finding the right words to use. • The individual may not be able to perform a familiar task despite the fact that he or she may have performed that very same task previously on numerous occasions without any flaws. • The individual may also display symptoms that are easy to mistake and regard as absent mindedness. For example the person may misplace items and often place them in inappropriate places, such as storing a wallet in the freezer. • Another alarming sign is that the individual may get lost while in familiar areas or in their own neighborhood. • The individual may also experience mood or behavioral changes for no apparent reason. • Other signs such as chest pain, fever, weakened legs and diminished alertness that may result in a state of unconsciousness or coma.
Natural Remedies for Memory Loss: -
• Foods that augment memory include blueberries, spinach, onions, broccoli, red beets, grapes, eggplant, collard greens, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and plums. • Take 3 mg of Vitamin B1 daily. Vitamin B1 helps to improve mental function in patients with Alzheimer's. • A stressful lifestyle can actually affect your memory loss. Try to learn healthy ways to cope with stress as it comes your way. • You can also prepare a decoction of holy basil leaves and drink it once it cools. Eating these leaves after washing them as they are also beneficial in the treatment of amnesia. • Take Vitamin A supplements to help with brain function, including memory. It is important to maintain your body's balance of vitamins and minerals in order to have optimal cognitive functioning. • Almonds are the best whole food source of vitamin E, zinc, magnesium, and fiber. They also release chemicals which improve and strengthen your memory. Eat a handful every morning.
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