Vascular dementia: 'Confusion which may increase at night' is associated with it
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The NHS advises people to see a GP if they think they have early symptoms of dementia, especially if you’re over 65 years of age.

If it’s found at an early stage, treatment may be able to stop vascular dementia getting worse, or at least slow it down.

It says: “There’s currently no cure for vascular dementia and there’s no way to reverse any loss of brain cells that happened before the condition was diagnosed.”

Though the health body says treatment aims to tackle the underlying cause, which may reduce the speed at which brain cells are lost.



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