Cooking helps to activate your brain regions associated with a sense of smell, touch, sight and taste. @shutterstock

Do you often find it difficult to remember where you kept your car keys or your partner’s birthday? These incidents may initially give you the tag of a ‘forgetful professor’ which you may enjoy, tacitly though. But what if these goof-ups become frequent and start interfering with your functional life? Well, the frequency and magnitude of such events may act as a cue to your dwindling memory. Don’t ignore them.
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Random sensory quotes

That was the problem with training to be a spy and developing your senses to the point that I had. Now, I was constantly alert — even when I wanted to relax, I couldn’t. I was always waiting for someone to jump out and attack me.

— Tess Embers