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Helpful gadgets for a fuzzy memory
Take advantage of tools to keep you organized.
Just because you experience a wee bit of forgetfulness from time to time, it doesn’t mean your memory is failing; it’s just prone to the effects of aging. "Memory starts to weaken once we hit our 30s. Add a few more decades and plenty of important information to keep track of — like busy schedules, medication regimens, and monthly bills — and you’ll notice memory changes more keenly," says Dr. Andrew Budson, a neurologist and chief of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology at VA Boston Healthcare System.
Fortunately, there are lots of gadgets that support memory. Get some for yourself or give a few tools to a friend. After all, who wouldn’t want to unwrap a little memory boost?
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