Difference Between Delirium And Dementia

Neurocognitive disorders begin with delirium, followed by the syndromes of Major and Mild Neurocognitive disorders and their etiological subtypes. These subtypes include Alzheimer’s disease, vascular, Lewy bodies, frontotemporal, Huntington’s disease, as well as neurocognitive disorders due to Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury, HIV infection, multiple etiologies, and/or another medical condition. Although cognitive deficits are present … Read more


What could be worse than losing your mind, while your body has many years to run? Knowing that when you reach at least 80 years old, a third of the world’s populations will be diagnosed with dementia. More likely about 70% can be caused by Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is the progressive decline in cognitive function … Read more