Delirium and dementia can be easily confused in the elderly

In delirium, patients often have their sleep-wake cycles reversed, meaning that they tend to sleep during the day and are awake at night. — Photos: AFP

Delirium is not a disease, but a clinical syndrome caused by many reasons.

It is also known as acute brain syndrome.

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