Is memory loss a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease?

Yes, memory loss can be caused by many things.
such as common benign senile amnesia, which is a natural physiological phenomenon that does not usually progress to dementia and does not require specific treatment.
Memory loss can also occur when there is a vitamin B12 or folic acid deficiency, which can be treated with vitamin B12 or folic acid supplementation to restore memory.
Diseases causing memory loss can be divided into neurological degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, and non-neurological degenerative diseases such as vascular dementia, normal cranial pressure hydrocephalus, tumors, craniocerebral trauma, infections, metabolic, and toxic diseases.
Therefore, it is very important to seek timely medical attention and clear diagnosis for follow-up treatment.

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