... So-called "senior moments" happen to all of us … even those who are far from reaching their golden years. You forget where you parked your car, misplace your keys, forget the name of someone you met last week – all of these scenarios are part of life, and they're completely normal.
That said, your brain should not feel foggy all the time, nor should you be experiencing episodes of forgetfulness that are so severe they interfere with your ability to function normally.
I've often said that memory loss is not at all a "normal part of aging," and if you're feeling like your mind is truly slipping, it could be a sign of a more serious problem. Read more
Monday, January 3, 2011
6 Ways To Fix a Foggy Memory
Joseph Mercola gives six ways to keep your brain sharp as a tack.