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As we age, most of us have memory lapses at one time or another that give us pause, but are often caused by stress or trying to do too many things at once. However, if you’ve noticed a gradual worsening of your memory, there may be one or more specific causes that can be evaluated and treated.

A diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, dementia or even Alzheimer’s Disease is no longer necessarily a hopeless dead end.

In this section, you will find a discussion about preventing memory loss, a questionnaire to help determine what, if anything, is causing your memory issues, steps you can take immediately to start improving brain health, and information about how to find specially-trained medical and dental practitioners who can help with these issues.