Lifestyle changes you can make to help prevent dementia
What you can do now to help your future self
Dementia affects millions of people all over the world, and that number continues to increase every year—by more than 9.9 million to be exact. That means that there is a new case of dementia every 3.2 seconds. While it may seem like the cognitive disease strikes indiscriminately, studies have suggested that there are actually several factors that may contribute to the onset of the disease.
While there are no 100% certain ways to prevent dementia, various studies have suggested different ways that we may reduce our risk—and help our overall health in the process. Click through to find out ways you may be able to sustain your cognitive health and ward off dementia.
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