Here is a wonderful article written by Sharon Jason in USA TODAY.  Of course, if you have concerns, it’s always a good idea to consult your family physician.  However, we are also learning a great deal about what causes excessive forgetfulness that are not caused by illness or disease.  Multi-tasking is a huge culprit in this annoying experience.

By Sharon Jayson, USA TODAY

“SAN DIEGO — Those twinges of forgetfulness that appear to be getting more pronounced may worry you. After all, the statistics are scary: Every 70 seconds, someone in the USA develops Alzheimer’s. But every lapse isn’t a signal that your memory is kaput.”  Click on this link for whole article:

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2010-08-12-apamemory12_CV_N.htm

Whew! Apparently my all-wise BFF Allen was right. Multi-tasking doesn’t save time, energy or make the best use of our brains. I have to admit, doing things in a linear way certainly feels better in day to day living.

To your success always,

Susan French

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