EXERCISE MAY REDUCE RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S & DEMENTIA
Middle-aged people who are physically active during leisure time could be up to 52 percent less likely to develop dementia and up to 62 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s later in life than their sedentary counterparts, according to a recent study. To help reduce
risk, Alzheimer’s experts recommend engaging in moderate to vigorous exercise for 20-30 minutes, two to three times per week in combination with a healthful diet and regular social interaction.
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