If you’re a movie lover and a pop-culture enthusiast, chances are you have heard of Alzheimer’s.
There are several popular movies that depicted the illness like The Notebook in which Allie spends the rest of her life in a nursing home as audiences see that she cannot recall the nuances of her previous love.
Popular Korean film A Moment to Remember showed the sickness in its most realistic form. Even to the point when Su-jin couldn’t feel herself peeing because of Alzheimer’s, everything she went through was 100% factual.
What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is a brain ailment that gradually damages memory and cognitive abilities, as well as the capacity to do the most basic activities.
Most people with the condition—those with late-onset symptoms—have symptoms in their mid-60s.
However, there are cases where a patient develops the illness in their early 30s. This is known as …