6 Best Habits To Keep Your Brain Fit

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It’s true that the brain typically finishes developing in our twenties, after which there is a gradual cognitive slowing with age, so it’s good to start thinking about these things early. Later in life, there is also the risk of dementia, caused by diseases such as Alzheimer’s; inevitably, countries with ageing populations are now witnessing rising rates of dementia.

Thankfully, however, rates of cognitive slowing and dementia risk are both influenced by what experts call ‘modifiable risk factors’. In short, there’s reason to be optimistic because there are things you can do – lifestyle habits you can adopt – to maintain your brain sharpness and protect yourself from risk of dementia.

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