Comedian Park Seong-gwang was nervous about his father's signs of dementia.
On the 9th broadcast of SBS's'Bronze Dream 2-You Are My Destiny', a couple was drawn to the hospital to check the condition of Park Sung-kwang's father, who recently felt abnormal in health.
On this day, Park Seong-gwang's father said, "I have something to discuss," he said honestly, saying, "I do not think well of what I did yesterday. I forgot the name of someone I know well, and I forgot my home phone number and front door password."
Park Seong-gwang's parents said, "I want to do a test. I wonder if I can do a dementia test."
Park Seong-gwang and Lee Sol-i headed to the hospital with their parents. The doctor said, "I have a little depression. I think I will be able to find out more if I do an in-depth examination." In the end, Park Seong-gwang said, "I'm sorry for my dad."
Fortunately, the test was not dementia. The doctor said, "The left brain in charge of language function is fine, but the right brain function in charge of image and spatial perception is off due to an accidental sequelae." "The right brain also caused personality changes. Not only with brain problems but also with depression, he became more impatient. I can see it."
Park Seong-gwang, who watched the video in the studio, said, "I have just gotten upset about why my father is doing this," and said, "I didn't know that because my father was sick."
The doctor said, "But overall, it's not dementia. It can be seen as having mild cognitive impairment and slight depression due to brain damage. It's mild now, so if you use medication, you can get better. If you don't manage it from now on. It can develop into dementia within 4 to 5 years. You can assume that you are at the entrance to dementia. If you manage it well, you can live happily for more than 10 years."
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