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Our Mind, Mood & Memory Clinical Studies

Your brain stores information and when you remember something, you pull the information from your memory. But your memory doesn’t always work perfectly. As people grow older it may take longer to remember something and it is normal to forget things. For example, to forget a name, where we have put something, if we switched off the oven or locked the door. Older people who become more forgetful than others of their age may have “mild cognitive impairment”.

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