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What effects does dementia have on the body?
Dementia can have profound effects on the body. Although Alzheimer's is perhaps the most well known there are many forms of dementia that affect all segments of the population. One form that affects only 1% of the population over 65 is lewy body dementia which has symptoms resembling parkinsons in which the muscles spasm and body rigidity occurs.


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