Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Dementia"

The meaning of "Dementia" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does dementia mean?
A: Dementia is a brain disease common amongst senior citizens that causes memory loss.
Q: What does dementia mean?
A: It's when you generally lose memory or thinking skills -- not a specific disease, just a general decline in thinking function.

Synonyms of "Dementia" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have a dementia and I come down with a dementia and I got a dementia ?
A: 1. If you say “I have a dementia.” - it is better to say “I have dementia” as it is the subject.
2. You can say “I came down with dementia” - just because it is more grammatically correct. Also when you use “I came down with” it is not really used with health issue like dementia and more with cold and flu. For example you can say “I came down with a cold”.
3. You don’t need the “a” in “I got dementia” and also it is similar to the 2nd sentence where it’s better if you say “I got a cold” or “I got the flu”.
But essentially all of the sentences mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between dementia and alzheimer's disease ?
A: thank you!!😁
Q: What is the difference between
1. dementia and
2. alzheimer ?
A: Dementia is the gradual loss of mental facilities due to old age. Alzeimers is a progressive disease of the brain.
Q: What is the difference between She suffers dementia. and She suffers from dementia. ?
A: She suffers from dementia.? if grammatically correct should only use this one

Translations of "Dementia"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dementia
A: Dementia

Other questions about "Dementia"

Q: She has dementia.
She is in dementia. does this sound natural?
A: “She has dementia.” This sounds natural.
“She is in dementia.” This is not natural.
Q: As his dementia continues to advanced, he could become increasingly paranoid. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of saying "advanced" say "increase"
Q: Please show me how to pronounce dementia // dimension.
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Q: I don’t want to be a dementia when I become a ripe old age. does this sound natural?
A: "I don’t want to have dementia when I get old."
or
"I don't want to have dementia when I enter my golden years." (退職の後)

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