Alcohol Dementia: Stunning Facts About Effects on the Brain -Alcohol dementia is the most common form of substance-induced persisting dementia. Let's find out more about this preventable form of memory loss. - See more at: http://pedagogyeducation.com/Main-Campus/Student-Union/Campus-Blog/July-2014/Alcohol-Dementia-Stunning-Facts-About-Effects-on-t.aspx?cmp=H14
There is little doubt that alcohol abuse can lead to serious brain damage; however, whether that damage leads to known forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease, is a subject of continued study and discussion. For some time, doctors have been [...]Read More
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Long-Term Alcohol Consumption Can Cause Alcoholic Dementia