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					          Easy steps to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease




Found that Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, the
ratio ranging between 50 and 80 percent of all cases.



Researchers are now closer than ever in finding a cure, but in some cases,
prevention is the best medicine.



There are some easy things you can do to prevent Alzheimer's disease:



• Add cinnamon to your diet, it was shown that the consumption of a teaspoon
of the spice inhibit the production of proteins in the brain that contribute to
the emergence of Alzheimer's disease.



• drinking apple juice - it boosts the production of a chemical compound in the
brain associated with, learning and memory, mood and muscle movement.



• drinking coffee - it serves as an anti-inflammatory that can block the
accumulation of cholesterol in the brain. The study showed a big one that men
and women who drank 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day less than their chances of
having dementia by 65 percent.



• the increase of social relations - Studies have shown that busy social life that
can improve cognitive abilities.
• Protect your eyes - your eyes are a good indicator of how the brain works
you have. To your province to your eyes can actually reduce the risk of
dementia have increased by 63 percent.



• Meditation - this lowers blood pressure and reduce stress, increases blood
flow to the brain, which is why researchers believe that meditation helps us to
maintain a distinct mental capacities as we age.



• Eat Mediterranean food - a diet rich in green leafy vegetables, fish, fruits and
nuts, may reduce the risk of dementia in half because the brain is full of
antioxidants to protect it.



Alvarez said, "take steps to prevent dementia now will help reduce the risk of
Alzheimer's disease with age."

				
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