Guidelines for reducing risk of dementia.

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Guidelines for reducing risk of dementia.

Reducing Your Risk of Dementia

Many factors may influence your risk of dementia, including genes, environment, and lifestyle. You can’t change some factors, but, as with many diseases, there may be steps you can take to help lower your risk. Learn more about how leading a healthy lifestyle is important for your health.

DO, do it today, start today, reduce your risk of dementia by up to 30%.

1. Have physical activity – Exercise, move often, don’t touch yourself

2. Do brain training activities – Create a challenge for the brain to exercise regularly

3. Take care of nutrition – Eat food that is appropriate for your body, complete with 5 food groups

4. Have friends and socialize – stimulates work in the brain, not lonely, sad, depressed

5. Control congenital diseases – including blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol

6. Wear a hearing aid – When you hear, talk to others about it. It will be fun to socialize.

DON’T reduce or quit behaviors that damage the brain.

1. Stop being fat – because obesity will lead to various diseases

2. Quit smoking – Cigarettes damage blood vessels throughout the body. including the brain

3. Quit alcohol – This alcohol directly destroys the brain.

4. Stop being sad – If you find yourself stuck in sadness for more than 2 weeks, you should consult a psychiatrist.