Lifestyle factors may help play an important role in who gets Alzheimer’s and who doesn’t.
By Lucy M. Casale, Editor
Alzheimer's is a devastating brain disease for which we still don’t know the exact cause. Age and heredity are two risk factors for the disease that you can’t control. But lifestyle factors — something you can control — may play an important role in who gets Alzheimer's and who doesn’t.
Five lifestyle changes for brain health
A word of caution: You can adopt all the right habits and still get Alzheimer’s; scientists don’t know if lifestyle changes can directly prevent or delay the disease. Still, current thinking holds that the following habits are good for brain and body:
You are leaving GoldenOutlook.com and are being redirected to:
If you are not redirected in 8 seconds, click here.