Our nervous system provides us with an array of means through which we can perceive our surroundings. Hearing, seeing, touching, feeling, name it, you’ve got it! But these are just the major capacities we are luckily endowed with to perceive our surroundings. Highlight, too, our capacity to recall events that took place early in life.
But in middle age, patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease can no longer grasp the significance of a situation at hand. At some point he may react with it inappropriately. This is a clear demonstration of losing the state of being reasonable and an impairment of judgment. Memories of the past gradually go with the wind and even the most recent events become a trouble to recall. Read More→