“Memory is often less affected than with other types of dementia,” said the experts at Dementia UK.
“But people may be at more risk of mood and behaviour changes such as apathy, anxiety, depression, delusions and paranoia.”
Other bodily symptoms can include changes in blood pressure, body temperature and an impaired sense of smell.
In order to obtain a correct diagnosis, and to receive the right type of support, it’s important to take note of symptoms.
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