January 11, 2016

Aging not only affects the physical conditions of a person but also the cognitive functions such as attention and memory. Memory declines gradually and often so slow that the person is not aware that certain changes are already happening.

Anyone in their 40s or 50s experience changes in their mental abilities – think and act more slowly, become more forgetful and cannot remember or learn new skills

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