Dementia with Lewy Bodies (LBD)

Lewy body of dementia can also note a little like Alzheimer’s in the early stage, although there are some key differences. In the early stage of Dementia with Lewd bodies (LBD), the individual’s attention and attentiveness can fluctuate greatly from day to day, or even from moment to moment. Many also have recurrent visual aberration that they are able to describe in vivid detail, and some have auditory hallucinations as well. Sometimes these can look to faulty perceptions and delusions of persecution.

  • Severe dementia
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Depression
  • Increased risk of falling and injury
  • Worsening of parkinsonian signs and symptoms, such as tremors
  • Death, on average about eight years after symptoms start

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