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Worried About Alzheimer’s Disease?

A recent front-page headline stated “Any level of physical activity tied to better late life memory.”

First, my amusement stemmed from the fact that this information has been known for at least the past 15 years. Why does it take so long for this type of information to make its way to the general population? And please understand, I asked this question in the context of the fact that there is no meaningful treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia.

Don’t get me wrong. If there were a meaningful treatment for Alzheimer’s, or some pharmaceutical intervention that could help with late life memory loss, I would absolutely be happy! But none exists.

Exercise is Medicine!

If you’re ready to improve your brain’s health, lace up your sneakers 👟 and get moving 👟

Need help? Reach out to me 🤩

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