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define what is meant by the term `insight impairment`
Insight impairment also known as Dementia is considered a global impairment of intelligence, personality, memory in clear consciousness, damage of intellect, personality and memory in clear awareness. [ It can occur in any age but is most prevalent in the old age. It can occur in any age but is most prevalent in the old age. It can be controlled by reduction of aggression and chances of
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User: define what is meant by the term `insight impairment`

Weegy: Insight impairment also known as Dementia is considered a global impairment of intelligence, personality, memory in clear consciousness, damage of intellect, personality and memory in clear awareness. [ It can occur in any age but is most prevalent in the old age. It can occur in any age but is most prevalent in the old age. It can be controlled by reduction of aggression and chances of arguments. ]
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Weegy: Apraxia (from the Greek root word praxis, for an act, work, or deed, preceded by a privative a, meaning without[1]) is characterized by loss of the ability to execute or carry out learned purposeful movements
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There are several types of apraxia including:

Ideomotor apraxia: These patients have deficits in their ability to plan or complete motor actions that rely on semantic memory. They are able to explain how to perform an action, but unable to "imagine" or act out a movement such as "pretend to brush your teeth" or "pucker as though you bit into a sour lemon." The ability to perform an action automatically when cued, however, remains intact. This is known as automatic-voluntary dissociation. For example they may not be able to pick up a phone when asked to do so, but can perform the action without thinking when the phone rings.[3][4]

Ideational/conceptual apraxia: Patients have an inability to conceptualize a task and impaired ability to complete multistep actions. Consists of an inability to select and carry out an appropriate motor program. For example, the patient may complete actions in incorrect orders, such as buttering bread before putting it in the toaster, or putting on shoes before putting on socks. There is also a loss of ability to voluntarily perform a learned task when given the necessary objects or tools. For instance, if given a screwdriver, the patient may try to write with it as if it were a pen, or try to comb one's hair with a toothbrush.[3][4]

Buccofacial or orofacial apraxia: Non-verbal oral or buccofacial ideomotor apraxia resulting in difficulty carrying out movements of the face on demand. For example, an inability to lick one's lips or whistle.
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