Lewy body dementia
Lewy body dementia is a disease associated with the abnormal proteins in the brain; they cause the problems such as loss of memory, behavioral changes. This is the second most common type of the dementia.
Symptoms of the lewy body dementia are:
· Trobule in the visualization
· sleep in the disturbance
· Loss of memory
· Delusions etc.
The diagnose of the lewy body dementia is by the postmortem autopsy, there is no family history and no gene linked to cause lewybody dementia. The life span of these diseased people is around 8-12 years. There is no cure for this disease the patients are treated by the individual symptoms.
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