Exercise Your Mind
“The mind is just like a muscle. The more you exercise it, the stronger it gets and the more it can expand.”
– Idowu Koyenikan
We don’t often hear it referred to as such, but Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a mental disease as much as it is a physical one. Emerging evidence suggests that—just as there are things you can do physically and nutritionally to prevent AD—there are also highly effective things you can do that are purely mental. Here are our top recommendations for mental activities that can help you maintain your cognitive health, based on the latest scientific findings. Don’t worry: you don’t have to be a genius to implement any of these suggestions.
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