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Doing This After 65 Can Slash Your Dementia Risk, New Study Says

Best Life Logo By Lauren Gray of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: As you age, maintaining your cognitive health becomes increasingly important. At this moment, 55 million people around the world are suffering from dementia, a syndrome that affects one's ability to remember, think clearly, make decisions, and more. The good news? Experts say that experiencing these symptoms as you get older is not a foregone conclusion—there are many ways to reduce your dementia risk. And, even if you've reached your senior years, it's not too late to strengthen your cognitive health. Read on to find out the one thing you can do to slash your risk by at least 30 percent, and the other benefits that come along with it.RELATED: 98 Percent of People With Alzheimer's Develop This Symptom First, Study Says.Read the original article on Best Life.

Doing This After 65 Can Slash Your Dementia Risk, New Study Says

As you age, maintaining your cognitive health becomes increasingly important. At this moment, 55 million people around the world are suffering from dementia, a syndrome that affects one's ability to remember, think clearly, make decisions, and more. The good news? Experts say that experiencing these symptoms as you get older is not a foregone conclusion—there are many ways to reduce your dementia risk. And, even if you've reached your senior years, it's not too late to strengthen your cognitive health. Read on to find out the one thing you can do to slash your risk by at least 30 percent, and the other benefits that come along with it.

RELATED: 98 Percent of People With Alzheimer's Develop This Symptom First, Study Says.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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