2. Trouble Recalling the Right Words
LiveScience.com explains that those with normal decline from aging may have to pause to consider how to express what they want to say. However, those with Alzheimer’s will have more difficulty when it comes to verbal communication, it adds.
The source explains that a person suffering from Alzheimer’s will have trouble engaging in conversation, or is prone to “stopping in the middle or repeating themselves.” They may also start calling familiar objects by the wrong name, it adds.