Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of Dementia are not a normal part of aging, it is a disease and it is deadly.

The early symptoms of Alzheimer’s are very similar to common symptoms of aging. You may notice that your memory and cognitive ability aren’t as good as they used to be, and tasks that were once easy to do are now more difficult.

Memory loss is also an early sign of Alzheimer’s, since the disease starts in the part of the brain that deals with learning. As the disease progresses, it begins affecting other parts of the brain and can lead to mood swings, disorientation, confusion, and even difficulty speaking or walking.

There is no cure for Alzheimer’s, but there are several treatments currently undergoing clinical research that aim to cure the disease or treat its symptoms. If you are interested in learning more about Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of Dementia and the clinical trials on them, please check out our articles below.


Cognitive: mental decline, difficulty thinking and understanding, confusion in the evening hours, delusion, disorientation, forgetfulness, making things up, mental confusion, difficulty concentrating, inability to create new memories, inability to do simple math, or inability to recognize common things

Behavioral: aggression, agitation, difficulty with self-care, irritability, meaningless repetition of own words, personality changes, lack of restraint, or wandering and getting lost

Mood: anger, apathy, general discontent, loneliness, or mood swings

Psychological: depression, hallucination, or paranoia

Whole body: loss of appetite or restlessness

Are You Eligible?

If you or a loved one is experiencing the above-mentioned symptoms and/or is diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimers, consider participating in a clinical research study today. To learn if you qualify, please contact CNS today!

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