We all get forgetful sometimes – misplacing keys, missing birthdays or anniversaries, going blank on someone’s name. Even menopause can play a part, with 60% of women going through menopause reporting memory complaints.
Dementia, however, is much more than just forgetting things. It can affect the way we think, the way we behave and our ability to perform usual tasks.
Published with the permission of Jean Hailes for Women's Health.