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The different types of memory disorders and how they impact you

Memory orders can take on many different forms. There are Alzheimer’s disease, hydrocephalus, dementia vascular cognitive and mild cognitive impairments. Each of them may affect a patient distinctly. Many rob an individual of their ability to remember things, others deprive someone of a way to reason and make decisions and then some leave victims unable to communicate at all. What is common among individuals who have been diagnosed with these conditions is that they often affect their ability to remain gainfully employed.

There’s no one single factor that can be blamed for all memory disorders. Presentations like these can be brought forth by a variety of co-occurring conditions including trauma, untreated infectious or metabolic disease, vitamin deficiencies, substance abuse, brain tumors and aging.

It’s not uncommon for individuals to be diagnosed with memory disorders soon after receiving a diagnosis for cardiovascular disease either. One of the reasons why individuals often develop memory disorders in these instances is because their arteries have narrowed to the point that blood no longer flows as steadily as it should to their brain.

While some mental disorders have a sudden onset, there are just as many develop over time. It’s in the case of the latter that patients often don’t start experiencing adverse symptoms of their disease until their condition has reached an advanced stage. The earlier that a condition is diagnosed, the better chances there are of a patient being able to slow the progression of their disorder.

There are as many as 100 injuries, diseases or disorders that can cause a patient to experience cognitive impairments. If you’re suffering from one of these and it’s making it increasingly hard for you to maintain or find work here in Oklahoma City, then a Social Security Disability Benefits for Mental Conditions attorney can help.

Your lawyer can aid you in completing an application for either Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability Insurance depending on your unique circumstances.

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