Becoming forgetful or even a little “spacey” as we age is inevitable?
It happens to most of us: those times when you can’t remember where you put your car keys. That panicky feeling when you’re introducing your client to a coworker and can’t remember her name. The feeling of frustration when you head into the kitchen and draw a blank on what you needed.
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In moments like these, do you silently ask yourself: Am I losing it?
For years, the conventional wisdom has been that becoming forgetful or even a little “spacey” as we age is inevitable. Not so. Researchers at the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, which tracked 239 participants for up to 17 years, found that people with higher cognitive reserve—that is, more education, literacy and involvement in mentally stimulating activities—had a lower risk of Alzheimer’s symptoms, even though most of the study participants had a close relative with the disease.