Time to revive this old thread. For many of us there are too many bizarre symptoms to choose from. My top 4 are: 4) Twice I've had odd hallucinations. First, smell hallucination. Second, music hallucination when water was running. The MIND diet for cognitive loss has helped and I have not had any more hallucinations since starting the diet. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1552526015000175 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1552526015001946 http://www.alzheimersanddementia.com/article/S1552-5260(14)00292-1/abstract 3) The occasional feeling of a spot on my leg or back being on fire (the size of a quarter). I touch it and it's not on fire. But in my head, the nerves and brain are telling me it's on fire. 2) Feeling and seeing the floor at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as being tilted at a serious angle. As if walking through a Fun House at a carnival. Asking my husband and daughter if there was something wrong with the floor. Sitting down along the wall knowing that it was a matter of too little blood getting to my head (low pulse pressure) and if I didn't sit down soon, it would get much worse. 1) Getting lost a few blocks from home, forgetting what I've just said or eaten, getting my son and brother mixed up. In my 40's going to Early Alzheimer's meetings because of the severe cognitive decline. (Yes, I'm seen at several top University Hospitals for this one symptom. The University Hospitals have done nothing for this symptom, other than to prescribe Donepezil - the Alzheimer's/dementia drug). The above MIND diet is what has helped me the most. My memory still has lots of issues, but it's better than it was.