December 13, 2021 1 min read
Harvard Health Publishing of Harvard Medical School recently published the article How aging affects focus. In the article, the role of focus and one's slower mental processing speed are called out as apparent common causes of memory problems.
"Most people start to notice changes as they enter their 50s and 60s. Although these changes can cause consternation, most age-related memory and thinking problems don’t stem from an underlying brain disease such as Alzheimer’s disease. Instead, what appears to be a memory problem may simply reflect a slower processing speed and poor encoding and retrieval of new memories as a result of diminished attention."
The article also mentions that "the ability to perform tasks that involve executive function declines with age."
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