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The Worst Habits That Increase Your Risk of Alzheimerrsquos

The Worst Habits That Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

These are some of the worst habits for your brain that may seem obvious, but they’re so important to change!

Avoiding the worst habits for your brain can significantly decrease your risk of Alzheimer’s.

There are more than three million cases in the US every year, and unfortunately, the condition cannot be cured. However, these are some of the worst habits for your brain to avoid, which may help to significantly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s in the future.



If you’re a regular smoker, it may be time to quit. You can actually experience faster cognitive decline than nonsmokers can. Trying to find ways to quit can really help you in the short and long term of your life. Instead of reaching for a cigarette, try journaling, meditating, or exercise to ease your stressors.


Unhealthy Eating

This one is obvious for many reasons, but a healthy diet really is key to a healthy life. Try eating less meat, less bad fats, and less processed foods, and switch it up for more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.


Heavy Drinking

We’re not saying you have to give up drinking altogether, but we definitely think limiting your alcohol consumption can be so beneficial to your health.


Lack of Exercise

We all know exercise is good for you; it can greatly impact your overall health by increasing blood flow to the brain. It also releases feel-good hormones and stimulates growth factors to help create new neurons and synapses in your brain. Try to stick to a consistent routine, like cardio three times a week or even some resistance training once a week.



Social isolation and loneliness can have an extensive list of negative side effects; like higher risks of high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, depression, cognitive decline, and so much more. There is research showing that staying social as you get older offers both mental and physical health benefits, including a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Try finding a hobby that involves other people, volunteer at events, travel with a group, or take a new class!

 There are some things we can’t change, no matter how hard we try. However, if we have the opportunity to try to make our lives a little bit better, shouldn’t we seize it and try avoiding these worst habits for your brain? We all deserve to live happy and healthy lives while we’re here on Earth!


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