How to Keep a Healthy Brain
Your brain is arguably your most important asset and what keeps you going every day. To be our best selves, we need to have it function at its full potential.
People tend to disregard brain health and often think that diseases affecting it such as dementia come naturally with old age. However, this is not the case if we choose to care for it ahead of time.
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There are 5 actions you should follow when it comes to taking care of your brain:
While sleep is the most important rest mechanism, there are other alternatives you can try during the day:
Vital parts of the brain tend to atrophy as we age. But brain scans of some 70-year-olds looks similar to those of 20 to 30-year-olds.
Cognitive decline is not inevitable as you age. Research points to healthy lifestyle habits that may keep the mind sharp while ageing.
Research shows that people with more education have a greater cognitive reserve and this works as a protection in the face of mental decline.
But there's a twist to it: educated people tend to get Alzheimer's at a later age but once they get it, they're getting it at a higher load of the disease and appear to decline at a faster rate.
After watching a movie or reading a book spend sometime to think about what messages and ideas were conveyed and what are the key takeaways.
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