When you think of symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, confusion, disorientation and speech problems can be the first symptoms that come to mind. However, Alzheimer’s also manifests itself physically. Sometimes, people show the physical symptoms before the mental ones become noticeable. Physical changes in daily life show, in the early stages, the first indications of Alzheimer’s or related dimentia.
There is no clear line between normal aging changes and the physical symptoms of Alzheimer’s. It’s always a good idea to contact a Doctor, if a person’s functioning level appears to change. It’s crucial for people diagnosed with dementia and their families to receive care and support as early as possible.
On the next page, you can read more about the 7 physical symptoms of early Alzheimer’s that you need to know, so that a Doctor can diagnose it in time.