It is no secret that dementia is spreading…and fast. Millions of people around the world are impacted by dementia and with no cure, there seems to be no relief in sight. But there are things you can do to prevent the on-set of dementia and memory loss.
No age is too young to start doing things to mitigate dementia. And it is never too early to start. With new and novel learning, you are able to work your brain and release glutamate, which helps with memory loss. Brain health is important at any age and there are so many benefits to working your brain by learning new and novel things. Not only do you need to get plenty of sleep, exercise your body and eat healthy, you also need to exercise your brain. Dementia can severely handicap your life and since it is spreading so fast with no cure, there is no better time to start doing things that can prevent or mitigate dementia.
Are you already showing signs of memory loss? It is not too late! You can slow down the progression of dementia by incorporating new and novel learning into your daily routine. Even if you are unsure if you are experiencing the warning signs, you should start doing things to prevent dementia. Think of your brain like a muscle, you need to use it or you will lose it!
Dementia is growing at a rapid rate across the globe, so we need to start doing something now. SMART Brain Aging has programs designed to prevent memory loss and mitigate the progress of dementia.
If you are concerned about dementia or think a loved one might be suffering with dementia, please contact us to learn how we can help.
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