New Study Reveals 3 Activities That Can Lower Your Risk of Dementia

Chores, physical activity, and social visits were all linked to a reduced risk of dementia. People who were highly engaged in activity patterns including frequent exercises, household chores, and daily visits of family and friends had a 35%, 21%, and 15% lower risk. The researchers found that all participants benefited from the protective effect of physical and mental activities, whether or not they had a family history of dementia, the researchers found. The study was published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

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