3. Unexpected Changes in Mood.
This is something that usually occurs in Alzheimer’s disease and it can be an issue when the person is diagnosed. Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia and it is one of the most common. It can cause abrupt changes to mood and affect and it has been known to make the affected people anxious as well as confused. For the care taker or loved one, this can be burdensome because it can really cause the person’s personality to exit in a hurry, which can cause strain on the relationship. If you have a loved one or friend with abrupt personality shifts, it is important to talk with someone close and seek help if possible.