Younger people are likely to have a very rare form of dementia which can cause problems with walking and movements.
If someone does experience early onset dementia more likely it is because it is genetic and hereditary and mainly runs in the males of the family.
Approximately 10% of people that suffer this early onset condition have inherited it from a parent.
Dementia is a varied collection of symptoms which can occur after the brain has experienced some form of damage. It includes but is not limited to Alzheimers disease, vascular dementia, dementia with levy bodies and fronto temporal dementia.
Diagnosis in younger people with this condition can take longer.
Evidence suggests that early onset Alzheimers disease could be passed from one generation to the next.
It is caused by rare mutation in genes.
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