The Memory Experience - Check-up

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Most of us experience difficulty with remembering names or finding the car keys - especially as we get older - and this is perfectly normal. People with mild cognitive impairment have some memory decline but do not actually have dementia. It may be caused by stress, anxiety or depression, and for 15 percent of patients there is an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Prof Roy Jones is an MCI expert and he joins Barbara Myers to take your calls.