When Should You Worry About Memory Loss

We all have our moments of forgetfulness-- you walk into a room and can't remember what you were looking for or you open the refrigerator and forget what you wanted.  But these so-called "senior moments" often increase as we age.   So when is forgetfulness something to be concerned about and is there anything we can do to prevent or reverse it?
Ken Weizer, N.D., a Naturopath from the Providence Integrative Medicine Program and Amy Schultz, Ph.D. , a Clinical Geropsychologist with Providence Brain Institute and the Opal Institute, joined us to share a few things we should know about memory loss.
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