Dementia is diagnosed by observing symptoms such as short-term memory loss, anxiety, depression, hearing loss, and headache. Seizures, epilepsy, heart bypass surgery, and depression are all medical disorders that can affect short-term memory. Increased heart rate, shakiness, palpitations, chest pain, and a high risk of high blood pressure are all symptoms of the condition. Anxiety disorders are characterized by hormonal shifts and a deficiency in the chemical messenger system. Anxiety attacks usually last 10 minutes, but they can last up to 30 minutes. Depression has the ability to influence a person's psychological well-being as well as alter the physical structures of the brain.
- • Subtle changes in short-term memory-making
- • Confused sense of direction, time and place
- • Difficulty concentration