Healthy versus secondary Ageing: What’s the difference?

Ageing happens to all organisms, and to all body parts, including the brain. How we age can have an impact on a person’s quality of life. Whenever aging process includes disease processes, we call it secondary or pathological ageing. “Pathological” refers to a disease process. Importantly, pathological ageing is not inevitable. But how do we actually contrast healthy versus pathological aging? You can learn about the differences including different types of dementias in an overview provided below. You can find more information here.

Medical conditions that can become an issue as we age include the dementias; the most prevalent type of dementia is Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Healthy versus Pathological Aging
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Healthy versus Pathological Aging
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Pathological" refers to a disease process. Pathological aging is thus not inevitable. But how do we actually contrast healthy versus pathological aging? You can learn about the differences including different types of dementias in an overview provided here.
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