Neurocognitive disorder is also known as dementia. It is an
acquired cognitive decline in one or more cognitive domains, which generally
decreases mental function due to a medical disease other than a psychiatric
illness. These disorders tend to involve problems with thinking, reasoning,
memory, and problem solving. The most common diseases caused by neurocognitive
disorders are Alzheimers
disease, Dementia, Prion
disease, Multiple sclerosis, Traumatic brain injury,
Blood clots, Meningitis, Encephalitis,
deficiency, Pick disease, Kidney disease, Liver disease, Thyroid disease, and
many more. The following factors could all reduce the risk of nerve damage such
as avoiding excessive alcohol consumption and smoking, maintaining a healthy blood
pressure level, controlling diabetes, and having
good food and sleep.
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