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This ailment manifests in such unique combinations and intensities in individuals, that it is hard to pinpoint the exact stages, according to the Lewy Body Dementia Association. The association lists memory loss as the m... More »

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The symptoms of Lewy body dementia include hallucinations, movement disorders, poor regulation of bodily function, cognitive problems, fluctuating attention, sleep difficulties and depression, reports the Mayo Clinic. Ma... More »

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Lewy body dementia is a form of progressive dementia that leads to a decline in a patient's memory and mental abilities, according to Mayo Clinic. This disease is also known to cause visual hallucinations and issues with... More »

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Lewy body disease does not have clearly defined stages, and its progression is much less predictable than Alzheimer's disease, according to the Lewy Body Dementia Association. Duration of the neurological disorder ranges... More »

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Doctors separate the different levels of dementia into five different stages, according to Healthline. The stages range from a score of CDR-0 to CDR-3, and they indicate the progression the disease in patients. More »

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The stages of dementia can vary depending on the individual and the root causes of the dementia, notes Mayo Clinic. On average, people live about 4.5 years after being diagnosed with dementia, reports WebMD. More »

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The most advanced stages of dementia are moderate impairment and severe impairment, according to Healthline. A person with moderate impairment requires supervision when performing chores or engaging in social activities ... More »

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