As we become older, our cognition—our capacity for clear thinking, learning, and memory—often changes. Though some people encounter Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, many older adults report more subtle alterations in their memory and thought processes. According to research, eating well, exercising regularly, and picking up new skills can all support cognitive function in older persons.
Signs & Symptoms
- Trouble following a conversation
- Losing train of thought mid conversation
- Forgetting recent happenings and events
- Having poor sense of time and space
- Trouble articulating thoughts and feelings
- Acting more impulsively
- Side effects of various medicines
- Social Isolation
- Redundant Routine
- Family History of neurodegenerative diseases
- As we become older, our cognition—our capacity for clear thinking, learning, and memory—often changes.
- Though some people encounter Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, many older adults report more subtle alterations in their memory and thought processes.
- According to research, eating well, exercising regularly, and picking up new skills can all support cognitive function in older persons.
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- Declines in perceptual speed.
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