by Deane Alban
Memory loss is often associated with getting older but it can happen to anyone at any age. If you are older, the first conclusion you may jump to if your memory isn’t as good as it used to be is that you’re getting Alzheimer’s. But fortunately this is rarely the case.
While experiencing noticeable memory decline is not considered normal, there are many causes and most are not serious. Often, some simple adjustments to your lifestyle are all that’s required to get your brain back on track.More serious memory loss causes include nutritional deficiencies and underlying health conditions.
Everyday Causes of Memory Loss
The reasons for memory loss and other signs of cognitive decline are almost always linked to poor lifestyle habits. And as odd as that sounds, this is actually great news!