Melbourne: In a new study, researchers have invented a new malaise to describe the type of memory loss which is affecting most people as our lives get more complicated and hurried that makes all the things we need to know even tougher – Busy Lifestyle Syndrome (BLS).According to doctors at CPS Research, a Glasgow-based clinical trials company, the syndrome is caused by hectic lives bombarded with information overload from mobile phones, BlackBerrys, TV, radio and the internet.According to spokeswoman Angela Scott-Henderson, there are widespread signs of the problem, our attention spans and concentration levels are going down, which is more common and affecting people at younger ages.As a result of the clinical trials, drug companies are creating a lucrative new business in “memory pills” because they clearly believe that there is a market for people worried about their brains, News.com.au reported.The fact is that forgetting things is normal. Scientific studies show perfectly healthy people can suffer up to 30 mental lapses of the ‘Why did I come upstairs?’ kind every week.
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