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How To Know You Have Alcoholic Dementia

The brain is one of the most important organs in a human body. It is also the most complex organ, which has taken so many years for the doctors to understand. Even today, unlike other organs of the body brain is not yet fully conquered by the doctors and research teams. This is the main reason why many brain related diseases are very hard to detect and cure in real time. Any other vital organs like the heart, liver or the kidneys can be transplanted and a new one can be fixed from some other humans body. But brain is a very complex organ and due to the complexity brain transplant is almost unthinkable at least for some more years.

Over the past few decades, dementia has been a major brain related problem. In common dementia is conditions due to which a person may tend have a slight or severe slump in the memory or other cognitive processes involving the brain. The intensity and severity of dementia may differ from one person to another.

Hence a common or generalized symptom cannot be judged for dementia. There is also another type of dementia, which is commonly found among people who are addictive to excessive drinking of alcohol or its content. This is commonly called as alcoholic dementia. Just like the ordinary dementia, alcoholic dementia symptoms are also variable from one person to another.

Common Alcoholic Dementia Symptoms includes memory loss, difficulty in taking decisions, inability to learn or understand new things or concepts, not able to think deep or derive a solution for simple problems, feeling lonely, change in the normal behaviour, finding it difficult in recalling names of dear ones or recalling past incidents, restlessness and even picking up of a multiple fake personality and living through it etc.

This is the main reason why the detection of dementia is also a very tough task. People who are addictive to alcoholic drinks and beverages have a huge risk of been affected by alcoholic dementia.

Science has revealed that there is no one particular reason for a person to get affected by a common dementia. It may be hereditary or some other unknown reason. But as far as alcoholic dementia is considered, though there are various other factors, addiction or excessive consumption of alcohol is the main reason. Research has found that alcohol has a direct and destructive effect on the brain cells. Brain cells damage is one of the major causes for dementia.

When the brain cells are attacked, lot of vitamins which are vital for the functioning of the brain will be lost. Though dementia can be stopped or cured if detected early, as far as alcoholic dementia is considered, stopping of drinking alcohol and strictly following a healthy diet is very important.

This will replenish the lost vitamins and hence there is every possibility for the reversal of dementia. Any doctor who is consulted for the cure of alcoholic dementia will suggest this as the first step towards the process of curing dementia.

Health is more important than anything else; hence it is always better to refrain from drinking alcohol.

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