Go samagana le go lebala ga gangwe le gape mo bagoding le Dr Prudence Molete – Psychiatrist

Growing up to such an extent that you become an elder is considered a blessing by many, to grow old and see your hair turning grey. Though it does come with its own consequences, like deteriorating state of health and lacking the physical activeness as well.
Today on our elderly’s health feature we look into memory loss in the elders, how to manage/cope with it. Many older people worry about becoming more forgetful.
They think forgetfulness is the first sign of Alzheimer's disease. In the past, memory loss and confusion were considered a normal part of aging. However, scientists now know that most people remain both alert and able as they age, although it may take them longer to remember things.