Ever walked into a room hoping to get an item or a task done, only to realize that you cannot remember what it was? This is normal. Such forgetfulness happens to many people, often with varying degrees as we age. However, they are no cause for concerns unless it starts interfering in your daily life; disrupting normal routines.
Many people with early-onset are in their 40s and 50s. Alzheimer’s diesease is the most common cause of early-onset dementia.
The sudden, temporary interruption of short-term memory is known as transient global amnesia or TGA.
Just like the rest of our body, our brain changes as we age. Forgetfulness is just one aspect that comes with these changes.