Memory loss can be caused by many things including head trauma, dementia, medications, malnutrition and sleep deprivation. The effects can be short-term or long-term.
Patients with Alzheimer's Disease have memory loss and sleep deprivation.
Yes, concussions can cause short-term memory loss.
It depends upon whether they hit their head or not. A bump to the head can cause memory loss. Another cause of memory loss is stress or anxiety.
Both AIDS and syphilis can cause memory loss and dementia in their advanced stages.
It can cause confusion in the short term. But it would not cause long term memory loss, unless there was some type of brain damage.
Here you are more likely to suffer from mood swings then loss of memory.
Amnesia, but Dementia and Alzheimer's also cause loss of memory.
At extreme altitudes, the air becomes rarefied and has a very low oxygen concentration. This can lead to a condition known as hypoxia, which is deprivation of oxygen to the brain, which can cause loss of consciousness, paralysis, and death.
One of them is earwax.
Answer: No. It should definetly not cause memory loss. It should actually help you focus and concentrate, and lengthens your attention span.
Moth ball fumes do not cause memory loss, but they have been reported to cause dazedness, erratic behavior, and other odd symptoms.
It sure can. Deprivation of nutrition can cause many dental issues but scurvy is a common cause for tooth loss in anorexic patients.
Cerebral hypoxia can cause hallucinations, amnesia,memory loss, and muscle spasms since the brain receives less oxygen.
Yes, excessive memory loss is definitely a potential for Alzheimer's. If that is the case, you should let him see a doctor if his memory loss prevents him from doing daily tasks.
yes it can. most durgs can affect your brain in many ways, like memory loss.
A bad oxygen sensor can cause power loss, reduced fuel economy and damage to your catalytic converter.