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What Causes a Poor Working Memory?

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As we get older, our bodies and minds experience changes that can affect our daily lives in various ways. One common problem among seniors is a decline in working memory, which can lead to difficulties with focus, organization, and completing tasks.  Poor working memory can be caused by genetics, brain structure, environmental factors, lifestyle choices, […]

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Signs Your Loved One Has a Form of Memory Impairment

A senior man with glasses leaning on a windowsill and resting his right hand on the top of a cane while looking out the window with a serious expression.

Memory impairment, a symptom closely associated with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, can be a significant problem for seniors. It can range from a mild inconvenience to a major interference, often causing a person to forget important details about their own life.  There are communities that offer support to foster the health and happiness […]

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Top 5 Memory Games for Seniors

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A certain degree of memory loss or forgetfulness is typically a normal part of aging—but this shouldn’t be confused with a disease like Alzheimer’s, which would usually result in much more than simple forgetfulness. To help offset or improve this age-related forgetfulness in an aging adult, some games and activities can help keep the mind […]

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