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You walk into a room, then forget why.
You can’t find your keys. You go to the supermarket but come home without the thing you went there to buy in the first place.
You meet someone new and forget his or her name before the introduction is barely cold.  
Does this sound familiar? If so, you may be experiencing age related memory loss. Here are some facts related to aging and the brain:
- As our body ages, our brains do too
     - Memory loss is only one cognitive skill 
affected by the brain's age.
   - Processing speed, attention, and logic
     and reasoning skills are also affected
   - Brain training keeps the brain strong
      and sharp which plays an important
     role in overall health with age. 
So, what can you do? Click on these links to learn more about what you can do to keep your brain sharp:
Brain Training and Adult Memory Loss
Can Brain Training Make a Difference for Older Adults 
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