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how can insight impairment affect a person's behaviour
Insight impairment also known as Dementia is considered a 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 be controlled by reduction of aggression and chances of arguments. ]
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Weegy: Insight impairment also known as Dementia is considered a 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 be controlled by reduction of aggression and chances of arguments. ]
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Weegy: Insight impairment affect person's behavior depending on the severity of the impairment. If the degree is severe to the extent that he can't perform his daily hygiene. [ He might be frustrated, angry, annoyed, depressed as their situation is beyond their own control. ]
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