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A healthy brain is composed of billions of neurons that communicate through intricate networks. These neurons allow us to think, learn, and remember. In a healthy brain, these connections are strong and efficient, enabling quick thinking, sharp memory, physical coordination, and balance, thus ensuring smooth movement.
An Alzheimer's brain shows significant cell damage and death and reduced neurotransmitter levels, which leads to memory loss, cognitive decline, and difficulty in coordination and balance. As this devastating illness progresses, it damages and disrupts the once-strong connections between neurons, gradually impairing the brain's vital functions.