A memory loss disease stumping scientists all over the world
How your brain normally works, and how it works in Alzheimers
When you don't have Alzheimer's Disease, your brain sends electrical currents through your brain's neutrons. Which is how it communicates with the rest of the body.
With Alzheimer's Disease:
When you have Alzheimer's Disease your brains neutron's become disconnected, and they can't send signals throughout the body properly, so you can't learn anything new, and you keep forgetting things.
What does Alzheimers do?
The Amyloid Beta proteins start to build up and create Senile Plaques. At the same time, the Tau protein that stabilizes the micro-tubules inside of the neurons detach from the micro-tubules, making the neurons separate, and eventually dying off.
What system is affected by Alzheimer's Disease?
Signs, Symptoms, and Onset
Target Population and Risk Factors
Mechanisms and secrete of Alzheimer's Disease: exploring the brain
Alzheimer's Association Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures 2014