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Ask a Psychologist: Make small adjustments to stay sharp

9:54 PM, Sep. 9, 2013
Cameron Goetz
Cameron Goetz
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Q: I'm 73 years old and have noticed that I am getting more forgetful. Is this just a normal part of aging or should I be concerned?

A: As we age, many people report changes in their ability to remember new information. We may forget names of people we recently met, occasionally have trouble thinking of a word or we forget why we walked into the other room. These are most likely normal changes associated with aging. Many people find that making small lifestyle adjustments can help overcome some of these changes. Keeping lists, following a routine, keeping a notebook to write things down that you ...

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