Researchers are leveraging artificial intelligence to improve preventive care measures and related health practices. While preventive care has long been a critical element of the healthcare industry, these services have become even more significant in the context of the rise of stress, anxiety, depression, and chronic conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular-related issues in general. There are many reasons why these conditions could be linked to dementia and it is important that you are aware if you may be at risk. To understand more about how your current conditions may be linked, please click here to learn more about risk factors (share risk factors document).
Dementia is a term used to describe a group of symptoms affecting memory, thinking, and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily life. It isn't a specific disease, but several conditions are contributing factors in developing dementia from as early as 45 years old. Often symptoms do not begin to show (ie noticing memory changes) until 10-15 years down the road.
Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. Though Alzheimer’s dementia generally involves memory loss, memory loss has different causes. Loss of memory alone doesn't mean you have dementia, although it's often one of the early signs of the condition through which early intervention can prevent or delay the onset of severe symptoms.
With the help of modern-day technology and the use of artificial intelligence, you can now screen for cognitive impairment before symptoms start to show. Enhancing early intervention methods with artificial intelligence is key to prevention & translates to better patient outcomes for well-being, in the longer term.
PRIME Health, in collaboration with Cognetivity, is introducing a digital health solution that integrates the latest research in brain sciences with artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide a holistic BRAIN HEALTH SCORE in 5-MINUTE.
Cognetivity’s integrated cognitive/mental assessment helps identify patients with cognitive impairment or at risk of dementia. Early detection of mild cognitive/mental impairment opens the door to early treatment. By proactively caring for your brain health early in life, you will be more likely to maintain your brain health and live a long and happy life.
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Predict risk, Prevent premature health events, Overcome chronic lifestyle diseases