Journal of Aging and Geriatric MedicineISSN: 2576-3946

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Mild Cognitive Impairment is a Condition in Which a Person Experiences a Slight but Noticeable Decline in Mental Abilities Compared with others of the Same Age

Mild cognitive impairment is a condition in which a person experiences a slight but noticeable decline in mental abilities compared with others of the same age. The minor decline in abilities is noticeable by the person experiencing them or by others who interact with the person, but the changes are not severe enough to interfere with normal daily life and activities. Some gradual mental decline is seen with normal aging. For example, the ability to learn new information may be reduced, mental processing slows, speed of performance slows, and ability to become distracted increases. However, these declines due to normal aging do not affect overall functioning or ability to perform activities of daily living.

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