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If You Can't Hear While Doing This, Your Dementia Risk Is 91 Percent Higher

Best Life Logo By Zachary Mack of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: There are plenty of well-known signs you should keep an eye on as you age, and there's a lot of attention paid to the symptoms of heart problems. However, when it comes to red flags for your brain health, your risks of cognitive decline may only become apparent once the condition has begun to take its toll. But a new study has found that your ears may be one way of catching the early warning signs of dementia, finding that your risk of the condition is 91 percent higher if you can't hear while doing this one thing. Read on to see what you should be listening for.RELATED: If You're Driving Like This, It Could Be an Early Alzheimer's Sign, Study Says.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You Can't Hear While Doing This, Your Dementia Risk Is 91 Percent Higher

There are plenty of well-known signs you should keep an eye on as you age, and there's a lot of attention paid to the symptoms of heart problems. However, when it comes to red flags for your brain health, your risks of cognitive decline may only become apparent once the condition has begun to take its toll. But a new study has found that your ears may be one way of catching the early warning signs of dementia, finding that your risk of the condition is 91 percent higher if you can't hear while doing this one thing. Read on to see what you should be listening for.

RELATED: If You're Driving Like This, It Could Be an Early Alzheimer's Sign, Study Says.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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