memory loss


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Bahamani, of Acton, West London, admitted 11 counts of fraud, but Southwark crown court heard how he suffered from sleep apnoea - a symptom of which is memory loss.
I am excited to get to work as a member of the Memory Loss Foundation's Board of Directors to help promote and raise awareness for the caring of the elderly," said James.
Imprint Plus makes it simple for family members and healthcare facilities to create on- site, eco-friendly, reusable name badges and signage to aid those afflicted by memory loss," says Kristin MacMillan, President of Imprint Plus.
I have outlined the symptoms and causes of memory loss, as well as how it can prevented and slowed down and the various treatments available.
Doctor," I huffed, shuffling uncomfortably in the deep seat, "I'm a little concerned about short-term memory loss.
Anaesthetics activate memory-loss receptors in the brain, ensuring that patients do not remember traumatic events during surgery and the researchers found that the activity of memory loss receptors remains long after the drugs have left the patient's system.
Until now, scientists haven't understood why about a third of patients who undergo anesthesia and surgery experience some kind of cognitive impairment -- such as memory loss -- at hospital discharge.
Memory loss is a growing problem in an increasingly aging American population.
The protein - Neuroligin-1 (NLGN1) - is known to be involved in memory formation; this is the first time it's been linked to amyloid-associated memory loss.
Experiments on mice suggested low levels of a protein in the brain may be responsible for memory loss.
While some memory loss is normal and to be expected as we age, a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, or MCI, signals more substantial memory loss and a greater risk for Alzheimer's, for which there currently is no cure.
In general, there are a whole host of things that could be causing this mild memory loss and it's liKely to be a combination of lifestyle and sorry to say, ageing, that is at the root of it rather than anything more serious.
GIRL goes into a coma after an accident, only to wake up with a memory loss.
The causes of memory loss and dementia (when memory loss is paired with another cognitive impairment) often accompany aging and may be as simple as a B12 deficiency or thyroid problem.
and Solomon (psychology and neuroscience, Williams College, Massachusetts) offer generalist and specialist, student and veteran clinicians a guide to caring for people with memory loss from Alzheimer's disease or other causes.