We have all walked into a room and suddenly forgot why we went there in the first place.
It may not be your aging brain or a lack of omega-3s, but rather your brain responding to entering a new space.
According to the April ’12 Prevention, research from the University of Notre Dame shows that the mind recognizes doorways as “event boundaries.”
Walking through one causes your mind to reset and process a new event—and you forget what you were going for.
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