Some aspects of getting older are inevitable, and brain aging is one of them. No matter how diligently you take care of your brain, there is a certain amount of change Cognitive function (For example, you struggle to multitask or call out someone’s name) is normal and expected.
However, the line between typical “big moments” and signs of seriousness cognitive decline It can be somewhat subjective and hard to define. This intermediate area between normal brain aging and dementia is called mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and it can be cause for concern — once signs of MCI begin to appear, it can progress to dementia (usually in the form of Alzheimer’s disease) at an annual rate 8% to 15%.
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