Age-related Memory Loss: What’s Normal And What’s Not

Everyone forgets something sometimes…those keys, that grocery list, a person’s name when greeting. When we’re young, it doesn’t seem to matter much. When we’re older, it starts mattering a little bit more, and then soon we’re starting to wonder if it’s normal or are we really losing our mind?

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Brain Games And Dementia

According to the 2014 US Census, 76.4 million baby boomers (born between 1946-1964) populate our world. That’s 76.4 million elderly adults, and 5.2 million of those elderly adults will suffer from Alzheimer, dementia, or one of the many other memory loss diseases.

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Managing Cognitive Impairment In The Elderly

According to the latest figures released by the Alzheimer’s Foundation, over 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or other memory-related diseases. What’s even more staggering is that one American is diagnosed every 57 seconds.

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Treat Cognitive Aging With Memolift

Our cognitive abilities gradually decline as we are; it’s simply part of being human. A certain amount of decline is normal.However, some people experience a severe deterioration, leading to dementia. This makes it almost impossible to cope with ordinary daily tasks.

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