Age-Related Cognitive Decline
Are you – or someone you know – noticing that as you get older, you can’t remember like you used to? Or that it takes longer to perform mental tasks? You are not alone.
Cognitive decline is a natural process where mental processes including working memory, visual attention, and reasoning – decline over time. Although cognitive decline can begin as early as age 30, most people begin to notice significant symptoms once they turn 50 years old. And unfortunately there is no known pharmaceutical or other medical solution to reverse or even slow the rate of age-related cognitive decline. Until now.