High blood pressure may raise the risk of developing vascular dementia. The analysis of medical records from over four million people helped researchers identify high blood pressure as a risk factor for vascular dementia. Vascular dementia develops when part… Read More
Dementia is a term most Americans are familiar with, but many may not be aware of vascular dementia. About 15 to 20 percent of older adults who suffer from dementia actually have vascular dementia.
Vascular dementia occurs when part of… Read More
Vascular dementia may be brought on by a stroke or multiple smaller strokes. Vascular dementia is a gradual or permanent loss of brain function. It can affect memory, thinking, language, judgement, and behavior.
All parts of our body require… Read More
Mixed dementia is a condition that combines the symptoms of more than one type of dementia. The most common mixed dementia combination is of Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. There is a lot about mixed dementia that is still not… Read More
Dementia is an umbrella term referring to cognitive decline. There isn’t just one type of dementia, and knowing which type a person has can help aid in treatment.
The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, but it is… Read More
Vascular dementia memory loss may be due to stroke or multiple smaller strokes. Vascular dementia is a gradual or permanent loss of brain function that occurs in relation to other diseases. Vascular dementia can affect memory, thinking, language, judgement… Read More