Loss Of Memory

LESS COMMON CAUSES OF MEMORY LOSS Other conditions that can lead to problems with memory include: • Infection: Memory loss may be attributed to severe infection around the brain, including neurosyphilis. • Head injury: Symptoms of a mild brain injury may include confusion and trouble with memory and concentration. • Tumors: Memory and the ability to process information may be affected by brain tumors, the American Brain Tumor Association says. In addition, treatments for a tumor can affect your memory, including brain surgery, chemo, or radiation therapy. • Alcoholism, Substance Abuse: Both alcoholism and drug abuse can affect memory, men who drank heavily showed signs of mental decline one to six years earlier than light drinkers.

LESS COMMON CAUSES OF MEMORY LOSS Other conditions that can lead to problems with memory include: • Infection: Memory loss may be attributed to severe infection around the brain, including neurosyphilis. • Head injury: Symptoms of a mild brain injury may include confusion and trouble with memory and concentration. • Tumors: Memory and the ability to process information may be affected by brain tumors, the American Brain Tumor Association says. In addition, treatments for a tumor can affect your memory, including brain surgery, chemo, or radiation therapy. • Alcoholism, Substance Abuse: Both alcoholism and drug abuse can affect memory, men who drank heavily showed signs of mental decline one to six years earlier than light drinkers.

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