Age-related cognitive decline starts early in life
There is great need to address cognitive decline in our ageing population, both for the individual and the ramifications this condition has for our society as a whole. However, authors will argue that cognitive decline is not only a healthcare focus for old age but, young adults also need to be considered. So, when does age-related cognitive decline begin? Research shows that it begins much earlier than we may have thought. Cognitive decline afflicts healthy educated adults from when they are in their 20s and 30s. For example, declines in processing speed are evident from 25 years and short term memory continually declines for most of an adult's lifespan. This knowledge is relevant, not only for addressing cognitive decline in the early stages of its development but also considering implementation of interventions that may prevent or reverse older age-related declines (1,2).
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