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Dementia Risk Calculator

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Are you or your loved ones having trouble concentrating or remembering things and feeling emotionally detached or fuzzy?

Dementia Risk Calculator will provide you with an overall risk score of dementia based on aggregate scores from the individual’s risk factors. The three areas which influence the risk of Dementia include Age, Vascular Risk Factors and Family History.
Dementia Risk Calculator
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Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases which describes a group of symptoms affecting memory, thinking and social abilities severe enough to interfere with daily functioning.

Dementia Risk Calculator is a tool that helps you find if you are at the risk of dementia. Medindia’s Dementia Risk Calculator displays your level of risk of dementia and it also gives some tips to prevent the onset of Dementia.

The material for this calculator was taken from validated study material that was published in the PubMed Central (PMC).

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FACTS ABOUT DEMENTIA:

One in six people over the age of 80 have dementia.
According to World Health Organisation (WHO), a new case of dementia is diagnosed every four seconds. Worldwide the total number of new cases of dementia each year is 7.7 million, implying one new case every four seconds.
The total number of people with dementia worldwide in 2010 is estimated as 35.6 million. Among them, 58% live in low-income and middle-income countries, and this proportion is projected to rise to 71% by 2050.
Caregivers of dementia patients experience high strain. Caring for dementia patients is overwhelming for caregivers. They experiences physical, emotional and economical pressures.
There is no cure for dementia. Delaying the onset of dementia by five years would bring down the number of deaths to half, saving 30,000 lives a year.
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