Reduce risk of Dementia
Help reduce risk of Dementia with these following steps…
With the recent news from a report by Lancet Medical Journal that has revealed Dementia levels are stabilising, contradicts the previous predictions made that dementia cases would soar.
Although this is positive news, researchers are stating that Dementia Care will remain an important challenge for years to come.
We’ve revisited the five golden rules in preventing Dementia, previously posted on our news page last year, and researched these ways that could help reduce risk of Dementia;
Simply by walking briskly for up to 30 minutes a day, a few times a week, can turn back cognitive decline in the brain.
Research revealed that there are more cases of Dementia in smokers than non-smokers
Keep your head safe
Observational studies have revealed that those of suffer repeated head injuries or concussions are at great risk of Dementia.
Mind Puzzles and games
Research back in 2010 proposed that people who play mind puzzles, such as crosswords, may ward off Dementia for longer.
Adopting a healthy lifestyle by eating a well balanced diet, taking regular exercise, not smoking and making sure weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure are at normal/healthy levels, is the best way to reduce risk of Dementia according to Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Adopt a Mediterranean diet
Adopting a diet rich in olive oil, fish, nuts, fruits and vegetables has been suggested from previous research to help reduce risk of Dementia.
Information taken from the Independent News.