Are You At Risk? Alzheimer’s and Dementia Warning Signs

Take this quick self-assessment to learn if you may be at risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia:

We begin with a four-dimensional process to put you on your best track:

1. Do you have a family history of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or Parkinson’s disease?

2. Have you suffered a concussion or other head injuries while playing sports or due to an accident?

3. Do you typically get fewer than six hours of sleep per night?

4. For females: Did you reach menopause prior to age 45?

5. Do you have hypertension disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, or have you ever suffered a stroke?

6. Do you have a sedentary lifestyle (i.e. fewer than 30 minutes of exercise or physical activity per day)?

7. Do you consume fried foods, red meat, sugar-sweetened beverages, grains, or alcohol daily?

8. Do you often experience brain fog?

9. Do you suffer from bouts of depression?

10. Do you experience fatigue after engaging in rigorous mental activity?

11. Do you forget where you’ve placed everyday items, such as keys, wallet/purse, etc.?

12. Do you find it difficult to learn new things?

13. Do you have trouble recognizing familiar places?

14. Do you have trouble sleeping through the night, hearing, smelling, tasting, or with balance?

If you answered yes to more than one question, you may be at risk for dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Please provide the following information: