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Age-related confusion might be normal, but it may also be a cause for concern.

Mild confusion is common in seniors and is considered a normal part of age-related decline of cognitive ability. Confusion may be caused by a number of physical health issues, some of which are serious and should be discussed with a medical professional. One particularly concerning sign is if a senior begins to show confusion about his or her medication schedule or if that person neglects to fill prescriptions on a timely basis. Because of the complexity of health issues affecting some seniors, skipping medications or taking the incorrect amount of a medication may have serious health ramifications.

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