Signs and symptoms of brain atrophy include seizures, dementia, difficulty with reading or speaking, and loss of motor control, according to HealthGrades. Dementia presents itself with memory loss and difficulty carrying... More »

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Effective treatments for brain atrophy include medication, nonmedication therapy, increasing brain activity, regular exercise and eating balanced diets rich in antioxidant fruits and vegetables, claims Healthgrades. The ... More »

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Neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis, spinocerebellar ataxis, multisystem atrophy and olivopontocerebellar degeneration represent one cause of cerebellar atrophy, according to the National Institutes of Healt... More »

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Effective treatments for brain atrophy include medication, nonmedication therapy, increasing brain activity, regular exercise and eating balanced diets rich in antioxidant fruits and vegetables, claims Healthgrades. The ... More »

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Some symptoms of cerebellar atrophy in children include developmental delays, seizures and ophthalmoplegia, according to the National Institutes of Health. Ophthalmoplegia is a disorder where the eyes of the muscles are ... More »

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The symptoms of late-stage dementia include severe memory loss, pronounced difficulty engaging in conversation, incontinence, marked behavior changes and severely impaired mobility, as the Alzheimer's Society describes. ... More »

Symptoms of dementia that appear early include short-term memory loss, difficulty finding the right words, difficulty following a storyline, changes in mood and personality, loss of interest in hobbies or activities, and... More »