Is mistyping words a sign of Alzheimers?

Is mistyping words a sign of Alzheimers? by Connie b. Dellobuono

Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:

Anything related to memory can be a sign that the memory function of the brain is deteriorating as we age. Each one of us exhibits dementia/Alzheimer's during old age but symptoms are mild. Some of us reaches the age of 95+ without any symptoms. There are many ways to test our memory. What we have to be careful of are the multifactorial causes of Alzheimer's such as depression, diabetes, lack of exercise, lack of Vit D, bad bacteria in the gut (can be balanced by acidophilus, pickled veggies), lack of sleep, stress, lack of calcium+magnesium, zinc and Vit C, and other toxic substances around us. There are more Alzheimer's info at www.clubalthea.com

Is mistyping words a sign of Alzheimers?

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