Top 5 Questions On Memory Answered

The memory sometimes lets you down as you get older. Readers wonder how that is. Dr. Jeanette Dijkstra, a clinical neuropsychologist, answers. 1. Not being able to get names is that starting dementia? This is not a form of incipient dementia, but a good example of normal age-relatedness. As we get older, the pace at which we think goes down and the memory becomes less efficient. This happens from about the thirtieth year of life. Around the age of fifty, many people start to notice this in their daily functioning. No more good names and words can come, is the … Continue reading Top 5 Questions On Memory Answered