Living a healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of dementia in later life by a third claims research.
Edinburgh University’s Disconnected Mind project, sponsored by Age UK, carried out a range of studies concluding that lifestyle was responsible for 76% of changes in the brain.
This means that certain habits such as taking regular exercise, eating a Mediterranean diet and reducing alcohol intake can decrease the risk of developing Alzheimer'sor other forms of dementia.
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