Unfortunately, Alzheimer's is more prevalent today than ever before. Perhaps this is because life expectancy is longer than ever before as well. Early research seemed to indicate that this debilitating mental disease was passed on primarily through genetic lines. But according to Paul Thompson, professor of neurology at the University of California-Los Angeles School of Medicine, new research suggests that genetics is a powerful factor, but not the dominant force. In fact, there are many activities that seem to reduce one's susceptibility to Alzheimer's and other similar diseases. Here are 6 activities that increase the health of your brain which reduces the onset in symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease:
While there is no cure for Alzheimer's at this point, by understanding more about Alzheimer's, we can slow the development. If you or a loved one are suffering from Alzheimer's, it is important to be proactive about the medical and legal planning. You should consider a consultation with an estate planning lawyer to discuss the legal options before it becomes too late.