Granted that these aren’t on the level of the more hard-core, disease related memory problems (like forgetting what a key is for, or kind of car you drive) but if the incidents grow more frequent, they can sill interfere with
Your Brain, But Younger and Sharper
Almost everyone has the occasional memory problems, but as we age, those problems seem to get more frequent. You forget your keys. You forget where you parked. You forget to pay a bill on time. Or maybe you find yourself standing in the grocery aisle trying desperately to remember what you were supposed to pick up. We’ve all been there.
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