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Things That Can Help Maintain A Healthy Brain

We all want to live until our very old age still able to recognize our husband , sons and daughters , family, relatives and friends.

Not being able to , would mean that we will be like a living dead.

Thus, I am happy to share with you all , some useful tips in maintaining a healthy brain even when you are already 90 and onwards, from the book , a picture of which I attached with this post.

Here they are ;

 Finnish studies showed that when you are around 50 year old and drink coffee in moderation , meaning 3 to 5 cups a day, you will have the lowest risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia later in life. .
 Japanese study also showed that those who drink at least 2 cups of green tea everyday , have the lowest risk of mental impairment. The mice in the their studies also showed that even the oolong or black tea helped reverse mental impairment and lessen brain degeneration in them.
Though, coffee and tea are not for all people because it’s not true with others who have heart disease , osteoporosis, anxiety , heartburn, gastritis or headaches.
 A recent Vandervilt study, suggests that juice is better than fruits and veggies. Those who drink fruit and vegetable juice at least 3x a week had a 76% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s than those who drinks them less than once a week.
 Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish can also defend against Alzheimer’s , Parkinson’s disease, metal decline and depression. Salmon is one example of a fish that is rich in this.
 The vitamin , folate, Vitamin B12 and B3 can also help your brain for maintaining it in good condition.
 Taking a high dose of Vitamin C , for 1000 milligrams and E for 800 international units (IU) can help prevent impairment of memory, for those who are fond of fatty diets. Though, it would be best if we avoid fatty foods.
 One way of helping us not to suffer from short-term memory and having difficulty in learning or focusing, is drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. However, if you are into exercise, you will need more than that.
 Exercising at least by brisk walking , 30 minutes every day can also truly help in the prevention of memory decline. It helps by growing new brain cells, stopping high blood pressure and prevent the shrinking of the brain. Regular exercise cut the risk of having dementia and Alzheimer’s by 30 to 40 percent.

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And why am I so interested in these readings? That’s because I know that it would be useless to live if your memory is gone or impaired already.

So that’s why I am so keen into learning these things , because I am already 57 year old and I want to retire with a sound body and mind and enjoy retirement to the max.

My mother-in-law is already having mild dementia at her age of 79 and since we live with them, I can see how it is to live asking a question over and over again, to the point that his husband would sometimes get annoyed.

Though, all of us in the house is trying to stay as patient as we are to her. In fact, today she opened the green tea teabag and pour it in a cup of hot water and tried to let her husband drink it , in her effort to still serve her husband.

I hope my sharing of what I have read , can be of help to everyone who wants to maintain a healthy brain.




  • Dina

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