Jogging in young age can help to reduce dementia risk, says study

A new study says that teenagers who take up running are less likely to develop dementia in their later lives.

The study suggested that if people take up the habit of jogging or running then there is improvement in thinking abilities like learning and memory, which has a positive effect on the brain health in later lives.

Some foods and herbs like Ashwagandha, fish oil, whole grains, nuts and seeds, vitamin C and vitamin B can also help in improving memory functions like attention and concentration.

It can also help in preventing brain-related diseases like Parkinson’s, dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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