Why it’s harder to concentrate as we get older: Study finds over-55s under stress show less activity in part of the brain which enables us to pay attention


Most of us expect to find it harder to concentrate as we get older.

Now scientists believe they have uncovered the reason why – and it lies in the way our brains develop as we age.

They say it gets harder to focus without being distracted past the age of 55, particularly when under stress, because of the way our brains change over time.

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