Dementia: Smell that? The smelly sign 'significantly' associated with onset of dementia


Share post:

Lower olfactory test score was “significantly” associated with the development of probable dementia, the researchers wrote.

They also found a change in olfactory test score was associated with change in cognitive function test score.

“Olfactory dysfunction precedes the development of probable dementia in older patients with type 2 diabetes,” they concluded.

General warning signs

Different types of dementia can affect people differently, and everyone will experience symptoms in their own way.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Related articles

Energy crisis 'Catch-22' as renewables threaten 'domino effect' on food, jobs and bills

Professor Samir Dani warned of a “Catch-22 situation” when it comes to balancing climate goals and bringing...

Princess Anne's home divides royal fans – 'Not as grand as one may think'

This lavish room is what people may expect from a senior royal, so some were taken by...

Thanks, Norway! EU outsider to help ease UK energy crisis and vows to 'send more gas'

Although the UK only gets five percent of its gas from Russia, the Government has still been...

Adele ‘mortified’ as Vegas fury made her feel like ‘shell of a person' but 'stands by' axe

Adele, 34, has said she was left “mortified” by the public reaction to her having to cancel...