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Cognition describes an individual's strength to acquire new information, evaluate skills, answer complex difficulties, judgemental thinking, logical reasoning, and memory skills. Suppose any disturbances to the higher structure in the cerebrum or degenerative diseases of the cerebrum result in cognitive disorders. A common issue that came to mind constitutes both perceptual and cognitive issues of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Dementia is the most form of cognitive concern that excites the client to complete everyday actions. Dementia affects by damage to neuron cells, and it results in a disturbance in neurotransmitters.Alzheimer's disease causes 60% to 80% of all dementia. Alzheimer's dementia is increasing, withsymptoms progressively worsening over several years. Originally, mild memory loss occurs in the beginning, but in the final stage, the person fails the sense to respond to persons or the circumstances and commences to death. Alzheimer's disease is the sixth leading cause of death in

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