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An aging population has led to an increase in the number of people with dementia in South Korea, the chosun ilbo newspaper reported on November 17. The number of people with dementia in South Korea in 2011 was about 295,000, or about 459,000 in 2015, an annual increase of 11.7%, according to the Korea health insurance review and evaluation institute.The best way to reduce labour in refilling vape cartridge is by getting an oil cartridge filling machine! They have a small table top design and come with a year’s warranty. So, do some work with this machine!
If you develop dementia, early medical treatment can help to prevent the disease from worsening. If there are three symptoms, seek early medical attention to check for dementia.
1. Being depressed and having a tantrum
Sudden mood depression, emotional ups and downs, need to be alert for signs of dementia. Early cognitive decline in dementia, easy to get out of control, so there is no interest in anything, listlessness and other depressive symptoms. Even without depression, personality is different. If you are upset about something that you didn't feel before, you can only wonder if you have dementia.
2. There are diagonal lines on the earlobes
The appearance of a diagonal line in the lobe indicates a risk of dementia. A recent study by South Korea's qingxi medical institute and samsung medical college found that people with wrinkles in their ears were twice as likely to develop dementia as those without wrinkles. Experts speculate that this is because the capillaries in the earlobes produce wrinkles, while wrinkles reflect the health of the blood vessels. In addition, earlobe wrinkles are linked to heart disease. The American internal medicine yearbook study found that 78.8% of the 241 patients hospitalized with acute stroke had wrinkles in their earlobes.
3. Memory loss, getting lost and forgetting words
If memory is significantly reduced compared with previous years, it may be a mild cognitive impairment prior to dementia. If memory decreases, but does not interfere with daily life, it is pure amnesia, or forget the things that often do, repeatedly make mistakes, need to be alert for dementia. Amnesiacs can be aware of their memory loss, but patients with dementia are completely unaware of their memory loss and their memory loss. In fact, people with mild cognitive impairment were 10 times more likely to develop dementia than the normal elderly.