This Alzheimer’s Society factsheet explains the link between Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia, and the benefits of having MCI diagnosed.
It also explores reducing the risk of developing MCI and dementia.
MCI is a term used to describe a condition involving problems with cognitive function (their mental abilities such as thinking, knowing and remembering). People with MCI often have difficulties with day-to-day memory, but such problems are not bad enough to be defined as dementia.
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