Sydney: A memory stress test could make it easier to predict who has greater chances of developing dementia.Researchers from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR), with the Brain and Ageing Research Program, University of New South Wales, have shown how the brain`s response to increasing mental stress can predict cognitive decline."Accurate detection of those at risk before they show clinical signs of dementia would allow for early, targeted preventive interventions," said Michael Breakspear, professor and coordinator of QIMR`s Mental Health and Complex Disorders programme, who led the study.Some of dementia symptoms are forgetting names, appointments and losing things, difficulty in driving, cooking a meal, household chores, managing personal finances, becoming quiet and withdrawn, according to a Queensland statement.Breakspear studied people aged between 70 and 85 years with mild cognitive impairment, a known risk factor for dementia.
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