Tips on how to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease
Watch your Heart Health: Risk factors for cardiovascular disease and stroke- obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes. If you take care of your heart this could help your total well-being.
Regular Exercise: Engage in regular cardiovascular exercise that increase blood flow to the brain and body.
Try New Education: Education in any stage in life with help reduce cognitive decline and dementia.
Quit Smoking: Smoking can increase risk of cognitive decline.
Brain Injury: Brain injury can raise your risk for cognitive decline and dementia. Always take steps to prevent falls.
Balanced Meals: Eat a healthy and balanced diet that is low in fat. Try eating plenty of vegetables and fruits.
Rest Up: Not getting adequate sleep can cause problems with memory and thinking.
Stay Socially Engaged: Meaningful social activities can help brain health.
Stay Engaged in Activities: Challenge and activate your mind with activities that make you think strategically.