Alzheimer's is a deadly disease that damages the nerve cells of the brain. So sufferers experience senile and can not move because of brain damage. This disease usually affects many elderly aged 65 years.
Initially patients with Alzheimer's will be impaired cognitive brain functions like memory or speech language. Over time there are additional disorders such as suspicious behavior, hallucinations up grumpy unclear.
Alzheimer's sufferers will also experience symptoms of motor disorders such as body weak to sit in a wheelchair. In later stages, the whole activity of the patient will greatly depend on others.
If one family member is experiencing these symptoms should quickly do the screening of dementia of Alzheimer further to the doctor so as not to be late. If it's too late this disease is difficult to treat.