- There is destruction of brain cells disrupting the transmitters that carry the messages in the brain, particularly those responsible for storing memories.
- The cause of the destruction remains of the cells unknown.
- Studies show that genetic factors play part in the development of the disease.
- The neurotransmitters 'acetylcholine' and 'norepinephrine' are hypothesized to be hypoactive in Alzheimer's disease.
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