Alzheimer's disease


Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, with 75% of Alzheimer's patients with dementia.

It is an illness that can not be treated in modern medicine. As time passes, symptoms worsen and eventually death. It was announced in 1906 by German psychiatrist Alois Alzheimer. In most cases, Alzheimer's disease is more than 65 years old, but rarely before it can develop. In the United States, about 3% of the population aged 65 to 74, about 19% of the population aged 75 to 84, and 50% of the population aged 85 or older suffer from the disease. In Korea, a recent report on a rural area shows that about 21% of people aged 60 years or older in rural areas have dementia, and 63% of them are Alzheimer-type dementia. In 2006, there were 266,000 people worldwide. In 2050, one out of every 85 people is expected to develop.

Alzheimer's disease is reported to be caused by the virus of herpes type 6 and 7 in 2018, and it is also a kind of infectious disease.

<Comparison of Alzheimer's lesions. The right side of the patient's brain>

Causes of Alzheimer's disease
1) When smoking.
2) In case of lack of exercise and obesity.
3) If you feel severe depression.
4) Aluminum toxic deposits, exposed to sudden environmental changes.

Symptoms of Alzheimer's disease
1) Memory loss occurred.
2) Problem solving and daily life ability deteriorated.
3) Language delay, decreased judgment, and loss of initiative.