Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease Early On

Many assume that they don’t have control over their brain despite it being a vital organ similarly to the heart. The Alzheimer’s disease is assumed by many to be natural part of aging, yet medical professionals claim that you can reduce your risk of cognitive issues, writes the “Woman’s Day” magazine.

The magazine claims that it’s never too early to think about your brain health and offers the following tips that you need to adapt as soon as possible.

Activate Your Body

a woman running along the street
a woman running along the street

Move around be it playing with the dog, dancing or even simply walking. A decade maybe even 2 before the Alzheimer’s symptoms start showing,  a substance called amyloid starts building up in your brain. Physical activity is believed to clear out this substance from your brain.

Activate Your Mind

a woman reading a book
a woman reading a book

You don’t need fancy puzzles or computer games to shore up your mental prowess. Applying reasoning and attention to your thinking process while simply watching a movie can prove to be effective. It’s hard to alter your everyday routine, yet it’s crucial to add some brain-healthy pauses to your day.

Get Some Sleep

a sleeping woman
a sleeping woman

Your brain needs the time you spend sleeping to tidy things up and clean up the brain and body from toxic byproducts that may lead to amyloids. You should have a steady sleeping routine, it’s not something you should cut when things get busy. Develop a consistent bedtime and wake-up time.

Do Right By Your Heart

healthy and tasty food
healthy and tasty food

Learning how to keep your heart healthy benefits your brain health as well. The risk factors for Alzheimer’s and heart diseases are rather similar as both include high blood pressure, obesity and high cholesterol numbers. Try switching your diet to something that will be easier on your heart.