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9 Proven Life Changing Tips to Reduce the Risk of Dementia

Aging is a natural, on-going, universal and irreversible process. The one constant we can all count on as we age is that nothing stays the same!

Aging insures change in social, personal, cultural and economic elements of our lives.

Everyday 10,000 people turn 65 years young. This trend is expected to continue for at least the next 15+ years. And it is almost a guarantee that over the next 15 years science will continue to reduce the mortality rate and increase the average life expectancy. As a result, our health care system will be pushed to its capacity to deal with diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular, etc.

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Perhaps the most prevalent, most costly and most disabling of all diseases we will see sharply rise over the next decades is Dementia – the mind-robbing mental disease that interrupts and interferes with every aspect of life. Dementia is not a normal part of aging.

Every 3-4 seconds another patient is diagnosed with Dementia. Rates of Dementia are estimated to triple in the next 30 years. Unlike the other diseases listed above, with Dementia the physical body is estimated to outlive the individual’s mental capabilities by 10 or more years! There is no cure for this catastrophic disease, but there are treatments available, including several ways to decrease your risk of developing Dementia.

In this report, I will provide you with the ‘9 Transformative Tips Proven to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia’ that I share with every patient. I encourage you to read through, share with family and friends, and get started on day 1 to make the positive change in your life that can help you maintain a healthy brain as you age and to stay engaged with your family, friends and community.

Simple changes such as eating better, sleeping more, exercise, regular visits to your PCP and treating your hearing and visual losses as you age… can all lead to a long, healthy life and significantly reduce your risk of developing Dementia.

Yours in Active-Aging,

Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD
E.I.A. Director of Research

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