‘Age Is But A Number’ That Affects Your Mind: Ways In Which Aging Causes Cognitive Decline

Even though the clock starts ticking the moment you take your first breath, studies reveal that, on average, a human body starts aging after the age of 35. And while physical signs of aging—like smile lines, wrinkles, and weakened bones—are distressing, they’re nothing compared to the cognitive decline that an aging person experiences.

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