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Worried about your memory?

If memory loss is beginning to affect your everyday life you should seek advice without delay.

  • Make an appointment to visit your GP - They will listen to your concerns and possibly arrange for further investigation
  • Pick up a form from the surgery that will give you more information about why it's important to see a GP
  • Visit the website at alzheimers.org.uk/memoryworry to find out more about dementia.

If you are concerned about the memory of someone close to you, encourage them to visit their GP. You might start the conversation by gently asking the person if they've been feeling any different from usual or are struggling with anything.



 
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