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Symptoms may include asking the same questions repeatedly; becoming lost in familiar places; being unable to follow directions; getting disoriented about time, people, and places, more forgetful of recent events, more likely to repeat themselves in conversation less concerned with activities or other people, less able to grasp new ideas, less able to adapt to change, more anxious about having to make decisions, more irritable or upset if they can't manage a task, more inclined to lose things or get lost, changed in behavior, changed in personality (can be confused with other conditions such as depression, stress or a reaction to bereavement.)Reactions to medications, Metabolic problems and endocrine abnormalities (Thyroid problems) Hypoglycemia.Symptoms of an unbalanced pineal gland is a too early or too late sleep pattern, Night Eating Syndrome, depression, anxiety, enlarged prostate, prostatitis and lack of adequate sleep which in turn causes: Memory lapses, accidents and injuries, behavior problems, mood problems, daytime irritability, lack of concentration, poor performance, poor reaction times, being exhausted the whole day, speaking incoherently, body aches, feeling older, taking long time for body to heal itself.a group of symptoms that are caused by changes in brain function.A condition characterized by a progressive decline of mental abilities accompanied by changes in personality and behavior.Tendency to get geographically disorientated; suddenly forgetting where a familiar destination is. (Borreliosis-caused Gut Palsy, vagus nerve inflammation, peripheral neuropathy damage) High pitched whining, buzzing, clicking, ringing, buzzing, hissing, humming, ticking, whistling, roaring, beeping or a "whooshing" sound, as of wind or waves, or other sound in one or both ears. (See brain stem inflammation.)* Sedating, cutting out, adding support products, or medicating any of these symptoms only prolongs the damage being caused within. Unable to orientate oneself or recognize familiar places or figure out where one is or how to get back from home as everything looks unfamiliar. Gastrointestinal tract paralysis and related abnormalities can occur anywhere along the entire length of the tract.The only way to stop the progressive damage is to remove the cause by entering into the eradication process as soon as possible and doing serious neurotoxin detoxification.
Changes in personality and a few idiosyncratic behaviors appear, apathy and lack of engagement, confusion, forgets names and words, repeats in the same conversation, forgets their own history, recent personal events, and current events, less able to plan, organize, or think logically, increasing difficulty with routine tasks, inability to make decisions, poor judgment, decline in problem solving skills, money and math problems, disoriented in time and place, becoming lost in familiar places, trouble concentrating and learning new things, avoids change, withdrawal from social and mental challenges, misplacing valuable possessions, hides things or puts things away in strange places and then forgets where they are, communication problems are observed, may converse normally until a memory lapse occurs, Begins to have difficulty expressing themselves, may no longer be able to speak well, but can respond to what you tell them--to your emotional reactions, and to humor, Increasing difficulty comprehending reading material, personality changes are evident Apathetic, withdrawn, avoids people, anxious, irritable, agitated Insensitive to others feelings, easily angered when frustrated, tired, rushed, or surprised, idiosyncratic behaviors start to develop... Difficulty with identifying colors (Color Agnosia). No stomach hydrochloric acid is present in this regurgitated food.
Frontal lobe dementia the person's mood may become fixed and difficult to change making them appear selfish and unfeeling. (The passing of excessive amount of urine due to the under production of Anti Diuretic Hormone produced by the hypothylamus and is stored and released by the pituary.
The affected person usually knows where they are, what day it is and does not have the sudden lapses of memory which are characteristic of Alzheimer's disease. A few only: blurred vision, photo sensitivity, change in field of vision, inability to accurately change focus from far to near or from near to far, lost of place while reading, skipping lines, or re-reading lines due to abnormal movements of the eye, a sense that the print on a book is "shimmering" or "floating" on the page. Manifests as very frequent need to pass urine possibly every hour day and night, Very thirsty. Diarrhea, rectal bleeding, bloody diarrhea and mucus, rectal pain, cramping, abdomen sore when touched, loss of appetite, weight loss and the ongoing (chronic) symptoms lead to more problems throughout the body. Anorexia nervosa: Intense fear of weight gain and a distorted body image.
Too little or too much sodium or calcium can also trigger mental changes.
Impaired ability to absorb vitamin B12, (pernicious anemia).
Damage to brain cells In later stages the person becomes totally dependent on others very similar to late stage Alzheimer's.