Cognitive decline

What is Cognitive Decline?

Cognitive decline refers to a gradual worsening of brain functions like memory, reasoning, attention, language, etc. It is a normal part of aging. However, some people experience it earlier or more severely than others.

Common Signs

Cognitive decline ranges from mild changes to more serious issues like dementia and Alzheimer's disease. While genetics play a role, lifestyle factors like diet, exercise, sleep, and stress management can help slow the process.

Risk Factors

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Prevention

Strategies like brain games, learning new skills, social interaction, proper nutrition, regular exercise, quality sleep, stress management, and some supplements can help stimulate the brain and possibly delay decline.


"Research shows staying active physically and mentally may support cognitive health as we age," says Dr. Amanda Lee of Balance Clinic. "We provide personalized care plans to help patients reduce risk and retain independence."

While a certain amount of decline is expected, don't ignore persistent or worsening symptoms. Consult your doctor to rule out treatable conditions. With a proactive approach, you can enjoy an engaged, vibrant life well into your older years.

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