3. Trouble finishing well known jobs:
Many Alzheimers patients experience trouble finishing tasks that they have been doing throughout the course of their entire lives, some of these tasks include getting dressed, or cooking. The areas of the brain that have been in use for so long shut down and individuals suffering from Alzheimers can deteriorate to a state where they cannot help themselves or be left alone. When tasks which an individual has performed on regular basis without any other thoughts become difficult, it could be the starting point of the middle stages of Alzheimers, if this occurs; the individual should be placed under care and should be carefully monitored by family and by medical professionals. If you or your loved ones find difficulty completing daily tasks; it is recommended to see a doctor as soon as possible in order to check whether or not it may be Alzheimers, and to prolong healthy brain activity for as long as possible.