Ten facts about Alzheimer's Disease

Early Onset:  Can start as early as age 30, though rare (under 5%).

Gender Disparity: Women are more likely to develop Alzheimer's.

Genetic Risk:  A gene called APOE-e4 increases the risk of Alzheimer's.

Stages:  Alzheimer's progresses from mild memory loss to severe impairment.

Early Changes Brain changes begin long before symptoms appear.

Lifestyle:  Workout, eating healthy food, reduces risk of onset. 

Senses Impacts vision, smell, and taste.

Emotional Impact:  Causes depression, anxiety, mood swings.

Biomarkers Tests like amyloid and tau levels help diagnose Alzheimer's early.

Global Issue Could affect 152 million people by 2050.