What are the symptoms of dementia?
There are several types of dementia and there can be different stages associated with each type, so the symptoms can vary. Some of the more common symptoms may include some of the following: persistent and frequent memory loss; difficulties in understanding language; fast mood changes; impaired mobility; depression and/or anxiety; difficulties planning, making decisions and carrying out everyday tasks; confusion and disorientation, and; hallucinations and delusions.
Author: Nikki Wallis
First answered: 28 Nov 2014
Last reviewed: 19 May 2018
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