Mild cognitive impairment symptoms become easier to spot once you know what you’re looking for.
Mild cognitive impairment isn’t just forgetfulness. Or taking a little longer for a word or a name or a piece of information to come to you. The symptoms of mild cognitive impairment have more to do with confusion, or disorientation or struggling to do things that used to be easy.
Symptoms of MCI can include:
- Forgetfulness often enough that it worries you
- Struggling to understand information you read
- Trouble planning things or solving problems
- Forgetting the name of a family member
- Losing interest in favorite activities
- Getting lost in a familiar setting
- Showing poor judgment or struggling to make decisions
- Family or friends are expressing concerns about your memory
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I want to make it as easy as possible for you to use the information I’ve shown you here, so I put together this handy resource guide, called “Know the symptoms of MCI.” It’s yours when you sign up for my weekly brain health email. Both are absolutely free.
This 2-page guide lists the common symptoms I’ve shown you in the video, and points you to the best resources for getting a memory screen.
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