Improve the cognitive function of older adults
by encouraging certain lifestyle behaviors
Research has confirmed that people of all ages—even those in their 80s—can improve cognitive function and even reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias through certain lifestyle behaviors. These brief synopses highlight beneficial research into brain health.
In this fact sheet, you’ll learn:
- which activities can result in cognitive benefits
From this fact sheet:
A recent study found that older adults who drank two cups of cocoa a day for a month showed improved blood flow on brain scans and better scores on cognitive tests. Research suggests that as many as 43% of older adults may have B12 deficiencies.
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Learn what the latest research has confirmed about how people of all ages can improve cognitive function and even reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease through certain lifestyle behaviors.