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What is one symptom of more serious memory loss?

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One symptom of more serious memory loss is that you’re not aware there’s a problem. Family members might seem more worried than you are. If loved ones are talking to you about your memory, take their concerns to heart and see a doctor.

From: Is It Alzheimer’s or Normal Aging? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Alzheimer’s Association: "Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia," "Know the 10 Signs."

Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center: “Alzheimer’s Disease Fact Sheet.”

Mayo Clinic: “Memory Loss: 7 tips to improve your memory,” “Memory Loss: When to Seek Help,” “Reversible Causes of Memory Loss.”

National Institute on Aging: “About Alzheimer’s."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 16, 2016

SOURCES:

Alzheimer’s Association: "Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia," "Know the 10 Signs."

Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center: “Alzheimer’s Disease Fact Sheet.”

Mayo Clinic: “Memory Loss: 7 tips to improve your memory,” “Memory Loss: When to Seek Help,” “Reversible Causes of Memory Loss.”

National Institute on Aging: “About Alzheimer’s."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on December 16, 2016

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