TopicCan Stress Cause Confusion And Memory Loss?
23 postsWed 14th Feb 2018 - 5:50am
Memory loss is usually associated with old age. Although this may be true, others actually go through the phenomenon at such a young age. This may be common but know that memory loss is not at all something that you should neglect. It usually is a symptom or a sign of a much more serious disease or disorder.
Memory loss usually is a common occurrence and a sign of a developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. If memory loss is already a hindrance to living your daily life, if you have trouble solving something, or if you are having confusion with time and places then it is recommended for you to seek professional help already.
Take for instance my grandmother, she is currently 72 years old and she has been told by her doctor that she has mild forgetfulness. This is nothing to be worried about he mentioned and that it is a normal part of the aging process. Still, sometimes it would affect her daily life like that one time she forgot she put on the stove and left it open for more than an hour. There are some repercussions and consequences at stake with her memory problems.