Is there a simple method to effectively prevent Alzheimer’s disease?

No. There is no way to cure Alzheimer’s disease, but you can control it through lifestyle modification.

If you have already been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, adopting a healthy lifestyle can help delay complications. Eating a balanced diet and exercising everyday can help prevent fatigue. Moreover, you must avoid alcohol and substance abuse, as excessive amounts of both for a longer period can worsen Alzheimer’s disease that can damage the brain completely.

You must protect your brain health by supporting educational learning and social interaction. For it, you can try some cognitive activities that will stimulate the brain and prevent it from dementia-induced confusion. These activities can be a board game, puzzle or a memory game. You can also play an instrument or learn a new language to keep your brain busy. These exercises will keep you socially and mentally active.

Moreover, you should also maintain blood pressure if it is not normal. Blood pressure is a commonly investigated risk factor for dementia. Either high or low blood flow through arteries and capillaries puts pressure on the organs that include the brain. This reduces thinking, reasoning and memory among people affecting their overall cognitive functioning.

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