Healthy Aging

10 Ways to Lower Your Alzheimer's Risk

Tracy Hernandez
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While the verdict is still out on what causes dementia, you can help prevent Alzheimer's disease by reducing your risk factors.

Consumers' number one fear related to aging is losing mental capacity. With dementia on the minds of many, researchers are working hard to learn more about Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia.

So far findings point to prevention as the best form of medicine. From the foods you eat to the way you deal with stress, a few lifestyle changes could help you to reduce your risk factors. View this infographic to learn which lifestyle changes researchers recommend to help you bolster your physical and mental ability. Print it and place it somewhere visible so you have a daily reminder of the easy things you can do to reduce your risk. 

MySilverAge Alzheimer's Infographics
Publication Date: November 26, 2013