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One of the most common concerns we hear from people over the age of 50 is declining memory. The term often used by doctors to describe this condition is age-associated memory impairment or mild cognitive impairment.

It can be very frustrating for those who have memory problems. It causes embarrassment when you lose things often, forget appointments or important events, or struggle to come up with the words you want to use in conversations.

There are several reasons why people develop memory and focus problems. While doctors often blame aging, we all know people who are very mentally sharp in their later years. Instead of blaming memory issues on aging, we think people are better served by addressing root causes that affect cognitive function.

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