" Alzheimer’s affects parts of the brain that control our more basic functions. For example, in the early stages of dementia, people have memory problems, and in moderate stages, they might have difficulty with relating to other people, relationships, and perhaps their behavior and distress becomes an issue. Then as the brain cells die off more quickly, more fundamental parts of the brain become affected—the parts of the brain that coordinate movement. That may mean that someone is unable to move around and they may need to be in bed all day. "
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