Based upon the answers you've provided,
Your brain might have already shrunk by 15.2%!
Chet Sherwood, an evolutionary neuroanatomist at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
"...The gray matter of the human frontal lobe shrank an average of about 14% between the age of 30 and 80, and the gray matter of the hippocampus about 13% over the same period. But shrinkage of white matter was even more severe: The white matter of the frontal lobe shrank about 24%, similar to the white matter volume decrease in most other brain regions measured."
A smaller brain means a bad memory and more
brain fog moments.
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Julia Lundstrom, Neuroscience and brain health educator
This questionnaire is intended as a general screening tool for brain health issues and should not be used for diagnosing or treating any specific medical conditions. A person with a perfect score may still have significant undiagnosed disease (without any symptoms) that could result in stroke and dementia in the future. A person with a poor score needs to double-check his or her answers with a health care professional. For example, a person with depression may post unreasonably low scores that could be unduly alarming. This questionnaire is not intended to be fully comprehensive and should not be used as a medical diagnosis.