Published By forbes.com 2/24/2014
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.