Exercise And dementia

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Sk1nnyfuture

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Posted: 24 Apr 2012, 05:16
Another reason to make the effort to exercise...

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/316201/Exercise-cuts-dementia-risk

The jist of it is... Research has found that exercising twice a week halts dementia... Strength exercise also aids concentration and memory. (research was carries out of a bunch of women who had 'mild' dementia... It improved after exercise.
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Sk1nnyfuture

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Posted: 24 Apr 2012, 05:20
I then did a little more research .... And found this... Very encouraging

http://www.helpguide.org/elder/alzheimers_prevention_slowing_down_treatment.htm
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