The causes and treatment of HIV and AIDS dementia

HIV and AIDS dementia is a neurological disorder that develops as an HIV and AIDS-related complication.

HIV and AIDS dementia is a neurological disorder that develops as an HIV and AIDS-related complication.

What you need to know:

  • HIV and AIDS dementia has a meagre prevalence rate, but it is essential to be aware of the symptoms in order to manage them when they occur.
  • Though HIV and AIDS dementia is a progressive disease, it can be slowed down with medication and non-medication treatments.
  • If diagnosed with this condition, make sure you work closely with your doctor to ensure an optimal outcome for yourself or someone in your care.

HIV and AIDS dementia. A term that evokes images of a person in the later stages of AIDS, bedridden and unable to speak. As it turns out, this is true for many cases of HIV and AIDS dementia. However, there are other forms as well. Some people may experience only mild symptoms, while others have more severe complications such as hallucinations or seizures due to brain damage caused by HIV infection

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