Overview of the three stages of dementia and the most common symptoms
Sources: World Health Organization (2018) , (2019) , (2012)
|Stages of dementiaa||Common symptoms includeb|
|Early stage (1st - 2nd year)||
|Middle stage (2nd-5th year)||
|Last stage (5th year and up)||
a Indicative time frame only, the syndrome might progress quickly or more slowly in every disease or case. Stages aren’t discrete, rather disease progression is gradual and a continuum.
b These symptoms are the most common, nevertheless they do not appear with every type of dementia. Not every person with dementia will necessarily present all these symptoms.
|Originally Published | Last Updated|
07 Oct 2021 | 29 Nov 2021
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Reported intakea is based on publicly available data compiled by Prof. I...
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