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Minor Neurocognitive Disorder

What is a Minor Neurocognitive Disorder?

Minor Neurocognitive Disorder is a transitional state between normal ageing and dementia where there are some subtle difficulties with memory, language, thinking or judgment. However day-to-day function is not affected.

What are the signs & symptoms of a Minor Neurocognitive Disorder?
  • Difficulty following conversations or simple instructions
  • Feeling increasingly overwhelmed by decision-making
  • Forgetting important or scheduled events, or appointments
  • Forgetting things more often

It is important to consult a doctor if you / your family members identify the above symptoms so that a precise diagnosis can be made.

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