Many of us joke about “senior moments.” But when they start happening to you more often, they’re not funny at all. Instead, they’re frustrating, embarrassing, and perhaps even worrisome.
For example, do you ever walk into a room — and forget what you went in to get? Run into someone you haven’t seen lately — and can’t recall their name? Misplace your glasses or your house keys?
It’s ironic. Just when you’ve got all this wisdom and experience under your belt, your brain is no longer “old reliable.” You never know when it’s going to trip you up, frustrate you, embarrass you, or make you wonder if you’re starting to lose your marbles.
The good news is, scientists just discovered what causes these frequent memory lapses — and how to stop them2
Researchers at Harvard, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Duke, UCLA, and other top universities recently discovered three hidden triggers that cause frequent memory lapses and mental decline. They’re the missing link scientists have been seeking for years!3
And thanks to a new breakthrough, it’s now possible to switch off these hidden triggers — and even reverse years of brain aging.4 That means you can enjoy a “steel trap” memory, crystal-clear thinking, and laser-like focus.
It all starts with reversing this first hidden trigger…