Cumulative Loneliness Associated With Accelerated Memory Aging in Older Adults – Neuroscience News

Feeling lonely for extended periods of time was associated with more rapid memory decline in those aged over 65.Source: University of MichiganProlonged loneliness in adults over 65 may be an important risk factor for accelerated memory aging, according to a new study led by University of Michigan School of Public Health researchers.“We found that feeling lonely for a longer duration of time was associated with more rapid memory decline, suggesting that it is never too late in life to work on reducing

Source: Cumulative Loneliness Associated With Accelerated Memory Aging in Older Adults – Neuroscience News

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