To confirm this theory, they tried to use drugs that were supposed to correct the deficiency of this substance, but this treatment turned out to be practically ineffective.
TAU hypothesis. This is the latest hypothesis. According to it, a protein that is part of neurons (TAU-protein) can eventually form conglomerates in nerve cells, disrupting its normal functioning, and subsequently the death of a neuron.
According to a 10-year study in the United States, an eye examination by an ophthalmologist can play an important role in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. In the presence of cataracts, the incidence of this disease is much higher.
Clouding of the lens occurs long before the manifestations of metoprolol disease, which makes it possible to suspect a high risk of developing the disease and delay the onset of the first symptoms.
The clinical picture is the symptoms of the disease.
In an Alzheimer's clinic, the symptoms are very variable, someone may have all the symptoms at once, someone may have only a few of metoprolol. The disease proceeds in four successive stages, which differ from each other.
Short-term memory impairment - Difficulty remembering something that you have recently tried hard to remember (a recently memorized phone number or address). Difficulty absorbing new information. It is difficult to concentrate your attention, focus on the task at hand.