When you begin taking an Alzheimer's Disease survey, you will find that you have many questions to answer. This is a very important part of your participation in an Alzheimer's Disease research study. You will be asked many questions by the researchers. The more you can learn about this disease the better your chances of learning how to stop it before it takes over and completely destroys your life.

In the United States, Alzheimer's Disease is one of the leading causes of death. It has no cure, but there are ways to slow down the progression of the disease. Early detection through routine medical exams and screenings is one of the best ways to protect yourself from Alzheimer's. There are several different tests available for those who suspect that they may have the disease.

A doctor will usually ask a series of questions about your lifestyle and any previous medical problems that you may have had. They will also like to know about any kind of medications or supplements that you take and what you eat on a daily basis. You will also be asked about your religion or spiritual beliefs. The purpose of this survey is to get information about your risk for Alzheimer's, so they can devise the proper prevention and treatment programs.

After your initial screening, the doctor will continue to ask you questions about your lifestyle. They are trying to determine the reason why you have developed Alzheimer's and where the problems started. They are also trying to figure out if you are at risk for developing the disease again later in life. Sometimes medications are prescribed along with therapy and other treatments to try and slow down the progression of the disease.

The tests that they conduct to determine Alzheimer's will most likely take place inside your home. You will most likely have a series of tests in one area of your home, such as your living room. You will be asked to perform simple tasks, like remembering words. Then they will have you complete several cognitive tasks, such as remembering what you ate for lunch.

Then there will be various tests conducted throughout the rest of your house. These tests will be completed while you are watching television, reading a book, or surfing the Internet. They want to make sure that you are able to complete all of these tasks with relative ease. The ultimate goal is to see if you are experiencing any mental decline. If you are showing signs of mental decline, it means that you are very likely to develop the disease eventually.