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New research shows that living a healthier lifestyle may help prevent Alzheimer's disease.
We already know that lifestyle choices can have a significant impact on our health and emotional well-being. This study shows that there are things we can do in our daily lives to prevent deterioration in our brain functioning later in life.
If you need help making lifestyle changes to improve your health and psychological well being, health psychologists may able to help. Or, if you are worried that you or a loved one might have Alzheimer’s disease, neuropsychological testing might be helpful. Contact us today to learn more.
Excerpt about research:
More than half of Alzheimers cases globally could be prevented if modifiable risk factors such as depression, obesity and smoking were eliminated, either with lifestyle changes or treatment of underlying conditions, new research suggests.
Even reducing the level of risk factors by a modest amount could prevent millions of cases of the memory-robbing illness, the researchers said. For example, a 25 percent reduction in seven common risk factors — including low education, obesity and smoking — could prevent up to 3 million Alzheimers cases around the world and up to half a million in the United States alone, the study found.
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