UCLA Dr. Shows You What Causes Brain Aging
If You Are 40 or Older, Brain Health
That’s because UCLA studies now indicate that forgetfulness begins much earlier than your middle-aged years.
Scientific findings show that those as young as 20 can already have memory issues. And subtle brain changes associated with mental decline can be observed by age 40.
So if you find yourself misplacing your keys or glasses . . .
If you find yourself forgetting someone’s name — or a word that’s "on the tip of your tongue” . . .