ALZ is the abbreviation for Alzheimer's disease, a disease that starts with memory loss. Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time, affecting memory, thinking, and behavior.
Asked in Heart Disease
Why is it that Alzheimer's disease begins as a disease of memory?
it begins as a disease of memory because the disease destroys brain cells and that makes you loose your memory. ...
Asked in Autism, Lyme Disease
Can short term memory loss and lymes disease conected?
Yes, there can be a connection between short-term memory loss and lymes disease. Often people with lymes disease can experience brain fog and memory problems short-term. ...
What are the differences between parkinson's and alzhiemer's disease?
Alzheimer's disease affects memory while Parkinson's disease affects movement. ...
What causes a vaccine to prevent a certain disease?
a vaccination is a dead or deactivated virus. the body treats the vaccine as a threat to the body, so it fights the disease. it leaves you with memory T (killer cells) and B (cells that create antibodies). when the actual disease comes, the memory B cells make antibodies that stick to the disease cells antigens, and the memory T cells kill the disease, to end the disease before it can start. ...
Asked in Alzheimer's Disease
Where can I find more information on Alzheimer's disease?
Alzheimer's disease is a progressive memory loss disease. The Alzheimer's Association is on the web at alz.org. ...
Can a person that had Alzheimer disease regain their memory?
Afraid not. At present, the cognitive loss in Alzheimer disease is irreversible. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Jeffrey Ivan Victoroff written?
Jeffrey Ivan Victoroff has written: 'Saving your brain' -- subject(s): Aging, Alzheimer Disease, Memory disorders, Brain, Prevention, Memory, Prevention & control, Physiology, Alzheimer's disease, Memory Disorders ...
What are the symptoms of Alzheimers disease?
During the early onset of the disease there is short term memory loss. As the disease progresses the person suffers from mood swings, aggressive behavior, and long term memory loss. In its final stage the disease causes the person's bodily functions to cease leading to death. ...
What is the nature of Alzheimer disease?
The nature of Alzheimer disease is progressive. Initially, dementia is manifested by barely noticeable memory deficits. Eventually, the memory loss becomes more severe until it is incapacitating. ...
Asked in Genetics
What immunity results when millions of memory b cells remain in the body?
Memory b cells provide long term immunity for a specific disease or antigen. As an example a vaccination for hepatitis A provides memory b cells that will attack the disease when it is present and remove it. ...