Eating food on fixed time can reduce risk of dementia
A new study has found that simple changes in daily routine can help prevent the development of dementia in old age.
Researchers have discovered that eating meal at the same time every day can reduce the chances of developing dementia.
By keeping a set time for meals the brain gets the feeling of being in control of the body and remains more active and healthier.
This routine is particularly affective in case of the dementia type known as Huntington's disease.
Huntington's disease or HD is a genetically caused disease with and has no known cure.
However, the study conducted on mice has found that mice that were given meals at a set time showed improvement overtime as compared to mice that were free to eat whenever they want.
Keeping a fixed routine can help keep the heart healthier and is also good for sleep.