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>>Learn more about the importance of getting an early diagnosis

Everyone forgets things once in awhile. We can’t remember where we put our car keys or forget someone’s name. This is perfectly normal and happens to all of us. However, if you are concerned that your memory – or that of someone you know – is getting worse or starting to effect daily life, it is important to talk with your medical provider.

You should seek help if you:

Most importantly, if you see any change from your normal functioning, it is recommended that you talk with your doctor about the specific changes that you are experiencing. It is very important to get an early diagnosis. There is help available and treatments which can sometimes lessen the symptoms. People with memory impairment and their families often say that finding out about the problem helped them regain some control over the situation and their future.