Memory Loss and Age

Many middle-aged people will forget a word or lose their keys, and begin to wonder if their mental acuity is slowly diminishing.  According to Molly Wagster, chief of the behavioral and systems neuroscience branch of the National Institute on Aging, most people experience some cognitive changes with age.  She likens the process to the slowing of a marathon runner’s times with advancing years.  Knowing this fact has prompted many to ask what they can do to slow down the process of memory loss.  Although the internet is constantly praising the benefits of supplements and vitamins to help memory improve, there has yet to be any scientific evidence to support such claims.

Read the full article here:  Memory Worries?  Don’t Bother with Vitamins and Supplements