Home > Medical > Dementia > FAQs 19 July 2004 Can medication help for poor memory? Yes, in many cases medication can make a difference. Medications are available to improve memory and delay disease progression. Medication can also treat associated behavioural changes. 0 Seth Rogen: Alzheimer's is brutal African health in focus Yes, in many cases medication can make a difference. Medications are available to improve memory and delay disease progression. Medication can also treat associated behavioural changes. More in Medical Does it help if you seek help early for a dementia condition? More: DementiaFAQs advertisement Read Health24’s Comments Policy Comment on this story 0 comments Comments have been closed for this article. Logout Comment 0 characters remaining Share on Facebook Loading comments... Other news Medical Autism-linked genes may differ among siblings Partner Content Question: How can you tell this is a gluten-free cake? Answer: You can’t Sex Did you know hepatitis B was an STI? Medical Climate change bad news for hay fever sufferers Medical Zika may replicate in vaginal tract Parenting 'I didn't know I was pregnant' From our sponsors Otrivin Menthol relieves sinus congestion Innovative hearing aids can now interact online Second Healthcare Innovation Summit set for Johannesburg Salomon introduces Speedcross 4 Live healthier Nutrition crisis! » Good nutrition on the job will give you the edge Nutrition labels on food encourage healthy choices Nutrition may be as big a challenge today as HIV/Aids was 15 years ago Many people in a large number of low and middle income countries now experience a 'double burden' of malnutrition. E-cigarettes less risky? » E-cigarettes not an acceptable alternative to most smokers UK health officials endorse e-cigarettes E-cigarettes less of a cancer risk than regular smokes A study indicates that smokers who switch to e-cigarettes reduce their exposure to cancer-causing chemicals.