The brain’s abilities to reason, comprehend and remember may start to worsen as early as age 45, a new study from England suggests.
“Psychologists researching the normal changes of aging have found that although some aspects of memory and processing change as people get older, simple behavior changes can help people stay sharp for as long as possible.” http://www.apa.org/research/action/memory-changes.aspx
If the research is accurate, we need tools to help ourselves age without the terrible loss of memory. Using Microsoft OneNote can act as a supplement and “external brain” to help you remember important information exactly when and where you need it.
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