Contrary to popular belief, memory loss is neither a normal nor natural process of aging. But, if you want to maintain the strength and vitality of your brain as you age, you must take a proactive role. Just as your body needs strength-building exercise to keep your muscles fit, so does your brain.
There is so much information about Alzheimer’s disease and prevention, that it’s hard to keep track of it all. “The 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention” from the Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation helps to keep it simple.
The 4 Pillars are:
1. Diet and Supplements
2. Stress Management
3. Exercise (and Brain Gymnastics)
The first 3 pillars are more preventive while the last one is more of an attempt to slow down progression after diagnosis.
Go to The 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention to learn more.