Exercise your Brain to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's Disease

Many people are unaware of the risks associated with Alzheimer's disease. There is no cure for this condition, which is why it is so important to exercise your brain on a regular basis and take steps now to reduce the risk.  In order to keep your mind healthy, you should think about taking some time every day to engage in stimulating activities such as puzzles or reading something challenging. You can also perform simple exercises like these: Close your eyes for 60 seconds and try and remember as many words from a song that was playing recently; write down all the words that come into your head during one minute; list five things you did today without looking at an agenda. This will help improve memory function while also improving motor skills and coordination! 

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most feared illnesses, but it doesn’t need to be. There are some things people can do now that may help reduce their risk for developing this condition in the future. Taking steps today will make a difference tomorrow. And don't forget - we would love to hear your thoughts on what other activities or tips you think might work! Feel free to share with us by commenting below.

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