Parkinson's Disease Dementia -People having nervous system disorder Parkinson's Disease get this type of dementia about 50* to 80% of the time. The symptoms of dementia develop about 10 years after a person first gets Parkinson's, on average. This type is very similar to Dementia With Lewy Bodies. They own the same symptoms and people with both conditions have signs of Lewy Bodies in their brains.
Frontotemporal Dementia-If one has an FTD, he's developed cell damage in areas of the brain that control planning, judgement, emotions, speech and movement. Symptoms : Personality and behaviour Changes. Sudden depreviation of inhibitions in personal and social situations. Problems coming up with the right words for thinking when speaking. Movement problems, such as shakiness, balance problems, and muscle spasm.
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