A healthy lifestyle can make the brain smart in old age

A healthy lifestyle can make the brain smart in old age

According to the American Heart Association, if you want to stay smart in your coming years too? So you have to adopt a healthy lifestyle from childhood.

What the research says - According to research, a healthy lifestyle is essential to reduce the risk of diseases that occur with aging. An increase in blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels can damage large and small blood cells, making them constricted and clogged. It is also known as atherosclerosis which is a disease process, which is the major cause of many heart attacks and strokes. Atherosclerosis starts in childhood.

What the researchers say - Michigan State University professor Philip Gorlick said that atherosclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, and loss of brain function all occur in old age and are responsible for poor lifestyle.

These 7 things need attention-

controlling blood pressure
controlling cholesterol
controlling blood sugar level
being physically active
having a healthy diet
weight control
not smoking or quitting

By adopting these seven things, you can not only prevent heart attacks and strokes but also prevent damage to the brain.

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