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Could it be possible that humans are meant to get diseases like Dementia?

Question by Julia: Could it be achievable that humans are meant to get illnesses like Dementia?
Maybe it could be a way of our bodies telling us that we are not meant to live into our 60′s, 70′s and past.

Purely speculation of course.

What are your views?

Greatest answer:

Solution by Liam S
I doubt it. Most variables that shape our bodies are to prepare us for reproductive age. The only way evolution would influence folks who had been older than reproductive age would be if they played a particular part caring for the young.

Issues like dementia are a outcome of our bodies slowly getting worn out.

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  • Again, it must be reiterated that forgetfulness is something that people usually ignore, but it is often the first sign of Alzheimer's disease.
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  • it is important to note that these tests are not meant to be diagnostic. Only a physician can determine whether a person has Alzheimer's disease.
  • There are two main types of online memory tests, visual and verbal. A verbal test gives a person a sequence of words to remember. A visual test gives a person pictures or numbers to remember.

Many people would have found that they have Alzheimer's disease earlier if they would have taken an online memory test. Alzheimer's disease is a condition that causes the brain cells to deteriorate. As a result of the lost brain cells, a person will experience a decline in mental function. Other symptoms of Alzheimer's disease include: depression, anxiety, stubbornness and social withdrawal. A person with Alzheimer's disease may also have the tendency to wander and get lost.

Alzheimer's disease most often occurs in people who are in their 40s and 50s. However, it is important to note that it is possible for people who are younger than 40 to develop this condition. Researchers have also found that people who have certain illnesses such as high blood pressure and diabetes are also at an increased risk for developing this condition. Additionally, women and those who have a family history of Alzheimer's disease are more likely to develop it.

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