Vascular dementia symptoms are triggered when blood flow to the brain is reduced. It is one of several types of dementia which are all linked to a decline in brain function. There are an estimated 850,000 sufferers in the UK, according to Alzheimer’s Research UK, or one in 79 of the whole population. “Dementia is […]
VASCULAR dementia symptoms are brought on by changes to how the brains’ blood flow is supplied, causing this type of dementia. Watch out for these five signs someone is developing the condition.
Vascular dementia is just one form of dementia. The word dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking. The symptoms can start suddenly or come on slowly over time. Although many of the signs are similar to those of other types of […]
VASCULAR dementia symptoms can be similar to Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. These are the common signs of vascular dementia you should be aware of – are you at risk?
Vascular dementia is one of the most common types of dementia in the UK, according to the NHS. Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms linked to an ongoing decline in brain function. Vascular dementia is caused by a reduced blood flow to the brain. This could be due to a stroke, […]
VASCULAR dementia symptoms can differ from person to person – it depends which part of the brain has been affected. While there are more common signs specific to this type of dementia to look out for there are also less common signs to be wary of.
DEMENTIA symptoms: If you suffer from these three health conditions, you are more likely to develop vascular dementia later in life. Get them in check to give yourself the best chance of avoiding the disease.
VASCULAR dementia symptoms often get worse over time. They may happen slowly or in sudden steps over a few years, but there are six early signs to look out for which could indicate the disease.
Vascular dementia is a type of dementia that’s caused by a reduced flow of blood to the brain, according to the NHS. It’s the second most common type of dementia in the UK. The condition tends to get worse over time, although it can start suddenly. Difficulty concentrating could be an early warning sign of […]
VASCULAR dementia symptoms varies from patient to patient, and the condition affects about 150,000 people in the UK. These are the warning signs to look out, and why you should never ignore problems with concentration.