Exercise and food can keep dementia away: Says study
A study has found that regular routine of aerobic exercises can help delay the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Some of the common aerobic exercises like spinning, running, walking have been found to be effective in keeping the body and mind healthier and keeping brain disorders at bay.
With age brain loses its functions and can become susceptible to dementia. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer's disease, it affect the thinking power and memory of the person.
This can be prevented by keeping the brain active and healthy.
The study has found the old people who do regular exercise are at lower risk of developing brain disorders as compared to the seniors who do not exercise.
There are also some foods that can help keep the brain active.
Turmeric can keep the brain performing well even in old age with regular consumption.
Food rich in Vitamin C also keeps brain diseases at bay.
Green leafy veggies are also known to keep the brain healthier.