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Worried about memory loss? Harvard doctors are here to help! It all starts with Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment When was the last time you set down your keys and couldn't remember where you put them? Do you find yourself wondering, “Where did I put my phone?” or “What time was that appointment?” If you're starting to worry about your memory — then you need to know about Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). MCI is a term used to describe a collection of memory problems, including difficulty: 1. remembering appointments, recent events and conversations 2. finding the right words 3. paying attention and keeping track of tasks or conversations 4. keeping track of possessions 5. planning and making decisions 6. doing complex tasks such as paying bills And if you're over 50 — MCI can frustrate you to no end! That's because MCI may either continue to annoy you... revert back to normal cognitive function... or progress into full-blown dementia. Sadly, one in 10 people with MCI will experience the latter and progress into dementia each year. Whether MCI takes a turn for the worse all depends on the individual and the conditions underlying MCI. Which is why, if you're worried about memory loss or other cognitive impairment, we have something that can help you. The health experts at Harvard Medical School have published their latest breakthroughs in MCI into a special report called Understand Mild Cognitive Impairment. This report includes a full list of symptoms, risk factors, reversible causes, diagnosis, treatment, and more! It all starts with understanding the relationship between brain function and aging Understanding how the brain works as you get older is the first step to saving your memory. The Harvard Medical School team brings you the latest cutting-edge research to guard your precious memories, stay sharp, and enjoy your retirement years. In this report, you'll discover: 3 ways to improve (and maybe even reverse) MCI symptoms. Treating these health problems can improve your memory, attention, and social skills. How to rewire your brain to learn new tasks and retain more information. This strategy even helps you cope better with life's unexpected challenges. A simple model for making new memories. Understanding this model can help you “upgrade” your short-term and long-term memory storage. Plan for a healthier future If you think you're suffering from MCI, this report will help you plan for a healthier future. From the best ways to evaluate MCI — to the best medical and natural treatment options to preserve cognitive function — Harvard Medical School has you covered. Understanding Mild Cognitive Impairment will serve as your comprehensive guide to learning about aging and brain diseases so you can plan a healthier future for yourself and for your loved ones. Grab a copy of this report today for details about MCI's symptoms, risk factors, treatment options, and more!