That’s how Ben Tinker, writing for CNN, summed up one of the main messages from the recent conference on Alzheimer’s.
More specifically, there is now “persuasive evidence that dementia risk … can be modified through reduction in tobacco use and better control and detection for hypertension and diabetes, as well as cardiovascular risk factors.”
(Original article: http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/16/health/world-alzheimers-report/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+rss/cnn_topstories+(RSS:+Top+Stories)
Among the numerous benefits of cardiovascular training is the increased blood flow to the brain. This is the supply of oxygen, nutrients, energy, and everything else your brain needs to function.
All it takes is twenty minutes a day to give yourself this most important makeover of mind and body.
Are you worth it?
Only you have the answer.
I skip to the final quote noted in his report:
“With this in mind,” wrote World Dementia Envoy Dr. Dennis Gillings, “we can’t afford to do nothing.”
Training For The Brain,
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