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Younger-Onset AD or Other Dementia
I read stories on the net of younger people in their 40s who started with symptoms in their 30s and I am convinced that these are subtle experiences for me.
Just to add to some of the recent forgetfulness I have had. (These may sound stupid but for me it is terrifying) I keep calling mandarins by watermelon. I seen a friends wife and completely forgot who she was. I recently went to an ATM and forgot what the process was.
I can't get advice from doctors or really any friends as to them it's a joke. Explanation and guidance would be very appreciated
Based on what you shared it does not sound like you have anything
to worry at this time. You certainly need to have a lot more issues then what
Welcome to our world. I'm so glad you found us.
My advice, regardless of age is, if you are concerned, get tested. Here in the states the best testing sites are connected with a large University or Medical Complex. Try contacting such sites there.
Your severe health anxiety over the years may be what's happening. Forgetting to turn off a heater, once, in a year's time, is normal.
The other incidents might or might not be important.
People have given some great advice on here. I also say get tested. In my personal experience, once I was started on donezepil I have not had any anxiety at all. Prior to that, I was diagnosed with profound anxiety. My lack of anxiety also may have a lot to do with receiving Social Security disability and not having to work. I would definitely get tested and realize that donezepil is not a cure for the anxiety.
Do you have any mercury/amalgam dental fillings? They still use them although there are safe alternatives. If you have any dark tooth fillings they are the mercury kind which contain 50 percent mercury and constantly release it into your body and cause about 40 different diseases and conditions.
have more links to this type of information and videos about
this in my July 4, 2015 blog entry at http://thestevenalztreatment.blogspot.com