Symptoms Of Amnesia
Amnesia is easily adentified in most cases but in some cases those near have to pay special attention to changes.
Amnesia symptoms are easily identified if paying attention.
Amnesia is a condition in which memory is disturbed or lost. It is a profound memory loss which is usually caused either by physical injury to the brain or by the ingestion of a toxic substance which affects the brain
People with amnesia have difficulty learning new information. (Anterograde amnesia).
Difficulty recalling previously learned information (Retrograde amnesia).
Sometimes the memory loss is severe enough to necessitate a supervised living situation.
Their memory deficit causes problems for them either at work, in school, or in social settings
False memories - these may be either completely invented or made up of real memories misplaced in time. (Confabulation).
Uncoordinated movements, sometimes tremors (Neurological problems).
Confusion or disorientation.
Problems with short-term memory.
Partial loss of memory.
Total loss of memory.
Failure to recognize faces.
Inability to recognize places.