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Now, Deal With “Busy Life Syndrome”

by Kathy Jones on February 21, 2011 at 2:45 PM
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 Now, Deal With “Busy Life Syndrome”

A team of researchers at CPS Research in Glasgow have come together to attempt finding a cure for forgetfulness and lack of concentration.

Termed as busy lifestyle syndrome, the researchers said that more and more people are suffering from lack of concentration or are increasingly getting forgetful.


The researchers speculated that the condition could be cured by a low dose of a drug, memantine, that is used to treat Alzheimer's Disease.

"Forgetfulness is an ordinary part of getting older but anecdotal evidence suggests that it is now affecting people earlier in life as a result of busy work and home lives, and so-called "information overload" from the various media channels we consume today", lead researcher Dr Alan Wade said.

Source: Medindia
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