April 16, 2021 Alzheimer
We have all seen the film Black, in which Amitabh Bachchan works as a professor with
Alzheimer's disease. The movie has given us the best entertainment ever. However, 
it did teach us a little about illness. It also gave us fear, where we begin to think
that when we get this disease. The general answer is, we can hope for the best by not
getting the disease. However, there are some things you can do to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's.

Dr Mamta Jain- Talks on How to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer Disease

Therefore, below are a few tips for reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s:
Regular Exercise:
It is very important to exercise regularly. Exercise keeps the body and mind involved and active. It is medically proven that regular exercise reduces the risk of illness by up to 50%. Exercise keeps the mind aligned with motor activities. Also, it helps you to stay focused and maintain active and mental engagement. However, make sure that you do not get any head injuries while exercising.

Public Health:
It is important to have public health. Man cannot live alone as humans are creatures of society. Listening to someone and hearing someone confirms our existence. Isolating yourself from everyone increases the risk of Alzheimer’s. Chances are because you tell your brain to isolate itself. Therefore, it is important to engage with people. You do not have to be surrounded by people all the time. However, talking to someone you love or someone close to is involved enough to rejuvenate the brain.

Dr Mamta Jain- Talks on How to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer Disease

Healthy eating:
In this condition, the brain’s nerves begin to lose contact with one another. Therefore, making communication between cells very difficult. By having a healthy and balanced diet, it is possible to reduce the amount of interconnection between cells and the brain. Vitamin D, E B12 and other dietary supplements reduce cessation. Eating healthy fruits and vegetables should be included in your diet. Try to reduce fatty foods and sugary foods.

Mental Motivation:
Keeping the brain active throughout helps to prevent illness. There is always a need for mental rehabilitation. When the mind is constantly challenged and regenerated there is constant activity within the brain. With it the brain works and helps prevent disease. To gain mental motivation, you can learn a new word every day, or start playing sudoku, or start practicing handwriting, etc.

Dr Mamta Jain- Talks on How to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer Disease

Dr Mamta Jain-Talks on How to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer Disease

Sleep Well:
A good night’s sleep refreshes your mind and enables you to absorb new information. People with Alzheimer’s disease suffer from a number of sleep-related problems. Therefore, proper and proper sleep helps prevent illness. A good night’s sleep relaxes your mind and body, which not only helps prevent the disease but also helps prevent and treat other diseases.

Stress Level Test:
Constant anxiety and depression exacerbate the disease process. Therefore, it is necessary for you to keep a check on stress levels. Stress management and recreation help to reduce and prevent illness. Therefore, simple exercises such as deep breathing, walking in the park, etc., reduce stress.

The above tips can help prevent illness. Also, these tips can help you actually live a happier and healthier life.

Dr Mamta Jain is one of the India’s Top Psychologist and Best Psychologist. She is Top Ten Psychologist of India. She has 22 years plus experience in the field of Psychology and she has achieved the honor of being awarded Gold Medal. She is not only gold medalist but she is topper in University in Special Education. She is renowned Psychologist, Top Psychologist in India and Special Educator.

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