Cognitive changes
Paying attention to possible changes in your cognitive skills, assessing and training them improves your road safety.

Although it can appear at any age, cognitive loss is a common feature of the ageing process of people.

Cognitive losses related to normal ageing are a certain loss of memory, of attention skills, a slower information processing, and, as a consequence, an increase of the reaction time, as well as trouble to plan, organise and resolve new or already known situations.

In order to continue driving safely and healthy, we have to pay attention to cognitive changes and train our brain to prevent it and to improve.

If convenient, it is advisable to see a neurologist to establish whether the cognitive loss is normal, i.e. part of our ageing process, or if it could be a minor cognitive deterioration or even senility.

Train, improve and assess your cognitive skills in the Self-test section.

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