People often joke about “senior moments,” but when these moments happen to you, they aren’t so funny. In fact, researchers recently found a high correlation between people who felt they were having memory issues and high levels of amyloid-beta—a highly-toxic brain protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease. In other words, if you even think you may be at risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease, you may be right.
To determine your risk level for developing Alzheimer’s disease, answer the twenty simple questions below. Your answers should indicate whether these events occur daily, regularly, occasionally, rarely, or never. Please answer with complete honesty. After you finish this short quiz, your potential risk for developing Alzheimer’s will be calculated. If your risk level is determined to be moderate or extreme, solutions will be provided.