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7 common causes of forgetfulness
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this is very helpful information. should there be an age group of when someone can expect momory forgetfulness.?
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This is really a good post expalining about most common causes for forgetfulness. Mental tensions and Depression are the most common causes for forgetfulness.
Under active thyroid can also cause forgetfulness? No wonder I keep on forgetting but is hyperthyroidism the same as under active thyroid? Health is my number one concern and it helps to have articles like this.
Elena — Hyperthyroidism means an overactive thyroid. Underactive is hypothyroidism.
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