The general population these days is working several years later in life than was once the norm. It is through this that we have been able to notice these symptoms unfold in real time.
At the early onset of Alzheimer’s, as we mentioned before, learning new skills and retention of that knowledge can be very difficult. And in many cases, it isn’t just new skills that become difficult to perform or retain. Tasks that and individual has done for years without any problem can suddenly become daunting and even confusing. Employers might tell you that you appear to be overwhelmed or are getting behind in your work.
If you notice that you or someone you love is not their usual “sharp” self, and there is no clear reason why, it is advisable to go see a professional, as early detection of this disease can make a huge impact on the quality of life one lives with it.