Your brain stores information and when you remember something, you pull the information from your memory. But your memory doesn’t always work perfectly. As people grow older it may take longer to remember something and it is normal to forget things.
We regularly conduct research studies into cognitive changes (trouble remembering, learning new things, concentrating, or making decisions), sleep disturbances, dementia, addiction and mental and emotional health issues such as depression. We will normally conduct an evaluation of your memory as part of our memory study evaluation. Details of our current studies in this area are listed below.