Long-Term Memory

Definition of Long-Term Memory:

The final phase of memory in which information storage may last from days to a lifetime.

Also: Long Term Memory

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Alzheimer's Disease

...the condition
“...Long-term memory survives much longer, but eventually becomes fragmented to the point where the patient does not even know their own name...”


...as a treatment
“...It also may promote sexual function, keep blood pressure normalized, improve coordination and long term memory and enhance our sense of smell...”
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Poor Memory

...the condition
“...Long-term memory tends to remain stable with age...”


...as a treatment
“...Vasopressin benefits one by enhanced clarity, increased attention to detail, and improved short and long term memory.  It has been shown to actually raise the IQ...”
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