Ever walk into a room and wonder why you entered it? And has anyone seen your reading glasses? Let’s not even discuss why the television remote entered the witness protection program.
It’s natural, these moments of forgetfulness. “Senior moments,” they’re called. But you don’t have to be a senior to experience temporary memory loss. They affect people of all ages (just ask a teenager why they keep forgetting to clean their room). But seriously, Dr. Jon Brillman, a professor of neurology and board-certified neurologist with Lee Physician Group, explains what happens to our brains as we age and how to develop healthy brain habits.