Knowing the difference between normal and serious memory problems is important. Memory loss happens at all ages. Learn about the actions you should take.
If your memory isn’t what it used to be, you may assume that your memory loss is an inevitable part of getting older.
But memory problems can happen at any age.
If it gets bad enough, you may be worried that you’re headed for dementia or Alzheimer’s.
How do you know when memory lapses should be considered “normal” and when should you be concerned?
There are many underlying causes of this kind of memory loss, and luckily, most of them aren’t serious.
In this article, we cover how to determine whether your memory problem is normal or serious, and the most important steps you can take to improve your memory either way.