A mild decline in memory and the rate of information processing occurs normally with age, but does not affect daily function and does not generally progress.
Like the body's muscles, bones, and other vital organs, the brain feels the effect of aging. Through years of constant use and biological wear and tear, the brain gradually loses some of its sharpness in processing information and in relaying the multitude of signals essential to day-to-day functioning.
As people begin to age, they may begin...
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