Rospotrebnadzor posted on its website several tips , the observance of which will help significantly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. The tips , I must say , are well-known , but some specifics are curious. Especially for the Altai Territory , where in recent years more and more people are diagnosed with dementia.
Specialists of the department say: regular exercise helps to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by 50%, RIA Novosti reports .
Moreover , physical activity helps to slow down the further deterioration of those who have already begun manifestations of the disease.
People 65 years of age and older should spend at least 150 minutes a week on moderate-intensity activities ( that is, 21 minutes a day!).
Or at least 75 minutes ( about 10 minutes per day) per week of high intensity aerobics.
In general , exercise can help older people avoid sleep problems , reduce anxiety.
Canadian scientists have come to the conclusion that the central nervous system is the slowest aging person in educated and involved in social activity.
Conversely, memory impairment observed in those , who showed low cognitive activity , not to care for themselves, and not engaged in social activities.
And in that , and in another case we are talking about activity. Physical or social.
But US scientists believe , that we need a special diet with antioxidants content ( they restrain , for example , in green tea) and ferulic acid , and it alone will stop the aging of the brain.
True , they have so far confirmed their findings during experiments on mice.
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