Hi, The prevalence of AD increases with age. AD is most prevalent in individuals older than 60 years. Some forms of familial early-onset AD can appear as early as the third decade, but familial cases constitute less than 10% of AD overall.
More than 90% of cases of AD are sporadic and occur in individuals older than 60 years.
Some studies have reported a higher risk of AD in women than in men.
The following risk factors for Alzheimer-type dementia have been identified-
Advancing age,Family history, APOE 4 genotype, Obesity, Insulin resistance, Vascular factors, Dyslipidemia, Hypertension, Inflammatory markers, Down syndrome, Traumatic brain injury...
Kindly consult Neurologist...
hi, Alzheimer's disease cannot occur at your age. it is extremely rare. I feel you might be having anxiety and probably too much worried about your health. meet a psychiatrist and get your memory tested.
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