Often asked: What Makes Elderly People Dizzy?

Causes of Dizziness in Older Adults Dizziness is a term that encompasses lightheadedness, wooziness, vertigo (spinning), fear, and imbalance. Dysfunction in the semicircular canals often causes vertigo, which is felt as a spinning sensation even when you are not moving. What are the primary causes of dizziness symptoms in older adults?  Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo […]

Question: Neuropsychology Why Elderly People Say What They Want Brain?

Cerebral aging: neuropsychological, neuroradiological, and neurometabolic correlates. Authors: Krai VA, Cahn Cahn, Mueller H., Beats B., Hill K., and O’Brien JT. Study: Larrabee GJ., Crook TH. Estimated prevalence of age-associated memory impairment derived from standardized tests of memory function. Celsis P. Age-related cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment, or preclinical Alzheimer’s disease? The Seattle Longitudinal Study: […]