Question about Alzheimers diseaseIs Alzheimer's a neurological disease or a mental illness?
Both. Your question pre-supposes "mind body dualism" a concept that arose before we understood that the brain is the organ of the mind. Alzheimer's is a disease of the brain that leads to change in thinking (cognition).
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