Living with Senior Moments




This week’s guest is Dr. Stan Goldberg, A former professor of communication disorders he retired at 57 due to memory issues and a sleep disorder. It was at that time that he became deeply interested in “senior moments” and their impact on memory. Dr. Goldberg shares his personal experiences and highlights the importance of understanding the context behind memory lapses, which we call “senior moments”. 

We delve into different types of senior moments and strategies for coping with them. We also discuss the fascinating connection between memory and the brain, exploring how memories are stored and reinforced. Dr. Goldberg even unveils some surprising findings about the potential for brain growth, even in individuals with Alzheimer’s. Plus, he shares insights from his most recent book, Preventing Senior Moments, where he offers practical and achievable prevention strategies for senior moments and how to stay sharp in old age. Stay tuned for a captivating and informative discussion on memory, aging, and so much more.

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    1 Response to "Memory Lapses & Senior Moments"

    • Anna Edmonds

      I’m interested in being a guest on your podcast. I tried to reach you via your contact button on your website, but it’s not working.

      I publish a digital magazine and host a podcast for caregivers, adults caring for their aging parents. I can safely assume that many of your listeners are currently or will soon be caregivers. Caregivers have a 63% higher risk of death than the person they are caring for because of the stress and lack of self-care. It’s an important topic!

      I look forward to hearing from you.

      Thank you.

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