The  most common dementia warning symptoms

"Dementia is not a specific disease, but rather a broad word for the decreased capacity to remember, reason, or make decisions that interferes with conducting everyday tasks

One of the first indicators of dementia is forgetting freshly acquired information. In the early stages of dementia, remembering names, as well as crucial dates and events, becomes difficult. 

A miscalculation while balancing a chequebook is a frequent symptom of ageing. A more significant indicator is losing track of monthly expenses

Completing routine chores at home, at work, or at leisure is difficult.The simplest actions become progressively difficult with early dementia

In the early stages of dementia, patients frequently lose sense of time and even months and seasons

Depth perception can be impacted by difficulty recognising visual pictures and spatial relations, which can increase the danger of falling and make feeding and bathing more difficult.