There is a lot of research and new discoveries about how you can keep your gray matter from declining and prevent age-related memory loss from getting worse.
Recent studies show that midlife memory fading is really not about memory at all. It is more about your ability to retrieve information and filter out unnecessary, irrelevant material. Because there’s so much information bogging you down, it becomes difficult to shut off the noise long enough to remember what you want to remember. That makes you feel forgetful and susceptible to those numerous senior moments.
There is hope, though, and here’s what you can do:
Try associating what you want to remember with a particular piece of instrumental music that you enjoy.… CONTINUE READING