None of us want to end up with Alzheimer’s. There are a few things we can do to lower our risk now to help reduce the risk of a diagnosis later. You can retain a shaper and healthy brain by following these 5 tips:
The first one being a Mediterranean diet. Stating that eating healthy can delay the aging in the brain and the body of a person according to a professor of biological sciences at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology named Valter Longo. The diet consist of plant based foods such nuts, fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Stating that they are associated with the reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s’ and Alzheimer’s diseases.
Exercise is also a very important one stating that the brain’s processing speed can begin to decline at the age of 25. Exercise bulks up those existing neurons, expedites neuronal growth and will also improve the communication between your brain cells which is stated by Judy Pa a assistance professor of neurology at the USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute.
Getting a good amount of sleep will also help your case and give you a better chance to reduce this risk.
Other tips that are mentioned is developing relationships with people and connecting with them saying it’s good for the brain and heart to have a connection with people.
The final step mentioned was to have good managing on your stress and make sure you can control it and all of these tips are ways to help reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
Worried about Alzheimer’s? There are some simple things you can do to reduce your risk. #HealthStatus
- 1Exercise is key to help stave off any ill effects that could develop.
- 2Getting enough sleep at night is a must if you wish to remain healthy.
- 3Make sure you are engaging with others and maintaining a healthy social life.
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