Cognitive decline

What is Cognitive Decline?

Cognitive decline refers to a gradual worsening of brain functions like memory, language skills, visual/spatial skills, and executive functions over time. It is a natural part of aging. However, some people experience cognitive decline earlier or more severely than expected.

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is a condition where cognitive decline is worse than normal aging but not disabling. People with MCI have a higher risk of eventually developing dementia.

There are several potential causes of cognitive decline:

The good news is that healthy lifestyle choices can help delay or reduce age-related cognitive decline:

If you notice cognitive changes getting worse over time, discuss it with your doctor. There are memory tests and brain scans to assess what's going on. Sometimes, underlying issues can be treated.

At Hormone Harmony, we also offer hormone therapy to help combat cognitive aging. Our specialized anti-aging hormones can:

With a personalized hormone regimen tailored to your needs, we can help keep your brain staying sharp and reduce further cognitive decline. Contact us today for a free consultation! We'd be happy to explain more about our cognitive health solutions.

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