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When the mild cognitive impairment progresses into Alzheimer’s disease, the prognosis is not good. Read on to know more.
Causes for mild cognitive impairment are mostly neurological. Read on to know more.
Depression, anxiety, social isolation, apathy, poor decision making are some of the symptoms of mild cognitive impairment. Read on to know more.
Avoid high fat, high carbohydrate food with reduction in spicy food. Read on to know more.
Ginkgo biloba, Huperzine-A, Phosphatidylserine, CDP choline, and idebenone are alternative treatments for mild cognitive impairment.