Alzheimer's Disease Symptoms

Memory loss

Changes in mood or behavior

Changes in personality

Loss of initiative

Difficulty performing familiar tasks

Problems with language

Disorientation to time and place

Poor or decreased judgment

Problems with abstract thinking

Changes in gait or walking

Misplacing things

Alzheimer's symptoms are often subtle at first. They start with slight memory loss, subtle changes in behavior, and confusion.

As Alzheimer's progresses memory problems persist and worsen.