7 psychology studies from the members-only section of PsyBlog that explain how research has found dementia risk can be reduced.
Dementia is a broad term including a range of related diseases, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s.
People with dementia tend to have problems with thinking, reasoning and making decisions.
Dementia tends to affect older people but is not a normal part of aging.
So, below are 7 psychology studies from the members-only section of PsyBlog that explain how research has found dementia risk can be reduced.
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- 3 Simple Lifestyle Changes To Reduce Dementia Risk
- The Habit That Could Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk By 25%
- The Best Way To Reduce Dementia Risk
- One Tasty Fruit That Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk
- How Sedentary Behaviours Affect Dementia Risk
- This Positive Belief May Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease
- The Activity That Reverses Mild Cognitive Impairment
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This site is all about scientific research into how the mind works.
It’s mostly written by psychologist and author, Dr Jeremy Dean.
I try to dig up fascinating studies that tell us something about what it means to be human.