A mild memory disorder that may be a predictor of Alzheimer's disease. People with this disorder have sharp thinking and reasoning skills, but diminished short-term memory.


From the WEST  scientific·clinical

From the EAST  traditional·alternative

Mild cognitive impairment Symptoms

1-2 of 5   more...
Signs and symptoms
... The forgetfulness of normal aging is minor. You misplace your car keys or lose your car in the parking garage. Perhaps you can''t remember the name of a former co-worker when you meet unexpectedly at ...
Source: MayoClinic

... The area of your brain responsible for processing, storing and recalling new knowledge and information is the hippocampus (hip-o-KAM-pus). You have a hippocampus in each side of the brain, located tow...
Source: MayoClinic

Mild cognitive impairment Treatment

1 of 1
... There is still no FDA-approved treatment for mild cognitive impairment. However, researchers have discovered that donepezil (Aricept) appears to delay the onset of Alzheimer''s disease in people diagn...
Source: MayoClinic

Mild cognitive impairment Support

1 of 1
Coping skills
... It''s easy to become irritable as you deal with the frustrating symptoms of mild cognitive impairment. Depression also is common in people diagnosed with MCI. Treatment for the depression can make it ...
Source: MayoClinic

Mild cognitive impairment Other

1 of 1
... Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a transition stage between the cognitive changes of normal aging and the more serious problems caused by Alzheimer''s disease. While mild cognitive impairment can af...
Source: MayoClinic