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The disease, which generally starts in early adult life (between ages 20 and 40), is episodic; symptoms last for weeks or months, then diminish or regress. Page 46 Q: What causes MS? A: No one can say for certain. Many experts believe that a factor in the immune system may be responsible, but there are other schools of thought, as well. The risk of contracting the disease appears to be greater in people who have a relative with the disease, for example, so heredity may play a role. And because the incidence of MS is higher in the northern states than in the southern states, environmental and viral sources have not been discounted.
We discuss these methods of coping with dementia in more detail later. But first, we need to take a closer look at the various diseases, conditions and disorders that cause dementia. Page 25 2 Causes of Reversible Dementia Q: I want to know more about the causes of dementia. I know Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause, but I'd like to start with conditions that can be treated. If a condition can be treated, can dementia symptoms be reversed? A: Dementia symptoms are potentially reversible in between 10 and 20 percent of people who experience them.
Reactions to intellectual lossesor to the results of those lossesdefinitely affect emotions. But the emotional symptoms of dementia are not solely reactions to these types of situations. They are also rooted in actual changes in the brain. Q: In what way? A: The brain not only controls our thinking and physical functioning, it also controls our emotions and, ultimately, our behaviors. So changes in or damage to the brain can alter our feelings and behavior, essentially changing our personalities.