If you had the chance to look inside a failing brain, you'd know why you can't remember where you left your keys or what was on your grocery list!
The cause? An accumulation of cellular debris.
In a healthy brain, your body naturally breaks down and eliminates this debris. But when your memory starts failing, it's because this debris builds up and slows down brain function.
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