Meaning of memory loss in English:

memory loss

Translate memory loss into Spanish

noun

mass noun
  • The fact or process of losing the ability to store and remember information.

    ‘some degree of memory loss is a normal part of aging’
    • ‘He continues to suffer short-term memory loss.’
    • ‘I didn't suffer any memory loss from the fall.’
    • ‘It's said that stress causes memory loss.’
    • ‘Memorization strategies can entrain the brain to work more effectively, reducing age-related memory loss.’
    • ‘What may start as slight memory loss and confusion can eventually lead to irreversible mental impairment.’
    • ‘The rate of reported persistent memory loss varied between 29% and 55%.’
    • ‘Studies suggest that alcohol can reduce our risk of succumbing to severe memory loss in later life.’
    • ‘Although she still deals with memory loss, concentration difficulties and depression, all three are improving.’
    • ‘She suffered permanent memory loss as a result and wishes she had not been forced to undergo the treatment.’
    • ‘Those affected experience ever greater memory loss as well as deteriorating language, judgment, and visuo-spatial skills.’
    • ‘This type of memory loss, known as age-associated memory impairment (AAMI), is well within the realm of normal aging and rarely impedes day-to-day living.’
    • ‘The drug has proven effective against memory loss related to aging.’
    • ‘She was making slow improvement, but she still had profound memory losses and episodes of depression.’
    • ‘He had memory losses and in the past had driven off and reappeared, having forgotten where he had gone.’