Active Alzheimer’s Prevention | Alzheimers TN
Age is the most important known risk factor for AD. The risk of developing the disease doubles every 5 years after age 65. Several studies estimate that up to half of all people older than 85 have AD. These facts are significant because of the growing number of people 65 and older. No one can guarantee that you will not develop dementia. However, research shows that there may be things you can do to help keep your brain healthy and your memory sharp as your age. 1) Physical activity and exercise. Dancing...
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