A healthy lifestyle will keep dementia at bay

Having a healthy lifestyle will help to keep dementia at bay. You can really avoid getting Alzheimer’s disease by having a healthy lifestyle. If you exercise and you monitor your blood pressure and watch less television, then you will help to keep the disease at bay. It will make your brain more resilient.

Key Takeaways:

  • Exercising, monitoring blood pressure and watching less TV are the three key factors to reducing the impact of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • ‘The overarching message we can derive from the findings so far is – keep your body and brain working in order to protect cognition.’
  • There’s currently no evidence of the efficacy of commercial computer-based brain training exercise.

“People should be suitably informed about what they can do to prevent cognitive decline from the standpoint of today’s scientific knowledge.”

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