These tips can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s
New Delhi: President of Heart Care Foundation of India Dr. K. K. Agarwal says that to identify Alzheimer’s disease, biological methods should be considered instead of memory loss symptoms. Let me tell you, there are 4.4 million people affected worldwide. There is a need to understand the reasons for being Alzheimer’s and work on them. Let’s know about those tips that can help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.
What is Alzheimer’s-
Alzheimer’s is a progressive, degenerative brain disease that affects memory, behavior and thinking to that level, where the sufferer is unable to remember any of the past events.
Experts are saying about Alzheimer’s –
Dr. Agrawal says that with age, memory is not a factor alone, but in the growing age, the person does not use his brain a lot, which is the second leading cause. Therefore it is important to keep the mind active by participating in such activities, which help keep the mind and body strong. Doing so does not result in memory loss.
What is Early-Onset Alzheimer-
Although Alzheimer’s disease usually occurs in people over 65, it can also affect people aged 40 and 50. This condition is called Early-Onset Alzheimer’s.
First of all, the option of non-medicines should be adopted to reduce Alzheimer’s.
Medicines should be prepared carefully for older patients. There is a need to look at the options of medicine and how long it should be given.
What are the symptoms and conditions of a person, especially in the case of people with type 2 diabetes, treatment should be done very carefully?
Tips to Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk –
1 – Maintain a proper weight, check the width of your waist.
2 – Think carefully, emphasize vitamins-rich vegetables and fruits.
3 – Focus on healthy fats obtained from protein sources such as whole grains, fish, lean poultry, tofu and other beans like beans.
4 – Eat fewer things like sweets, soda, white bread or white rice, unhygienic fat, fried and fast food.
5 – Consider also the size of your plate, exercise regularly.
6 – Keep a goal of 2 to 5 hours a week for fast walking, try exercising like jogging, keep an eye on your cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure and blood sugar data.
Note: These are on research claims. Industry Daily Insights does not confirm this. Before you start any suggestion or start treatment, take the advice of your expert.