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Aging and MCI

By: Cathy Linney
Posted on: March 12, 2017

Slower processing of information, difficulty recalling words, repeating same information-all are changes we sometimes see in our parents, or even ourselves, as we age. This may be symptoms of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). It is important to note that all who eventually develop dementia, started with MCI; but not all who develop MCI will progress to dementia.

Our aging brain, like our aging bodies, can be kept healthier with diet and exercise. Drink lots of water, eat fish high in Omega-3 oils (such as tuna and salmon) or take a supplement, and exercise your brain! BPI can help, so please give us a call!

Posted in: Mild cognitive impairment
Tags: MCI, Mild Cognitive Impairment, early dementia, mild dementia, memory

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