There are Possible Ways of Lowering Dementia Risk: Experts

There are possible ways of lowering dementia risk, experts believe. The changing seasons is bringing changes in the risks as well as creating new opportunities, for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia.


According to the estimation, last year, 50 million dementia sufferers were found worldwide who are waiting for the first treatments. At least 20 to 30 minutes a day walking will not only benefits physical and mental health but also helps to relieve stress and anxiety. Symptoms of dementia include memory loss, being confused about time and place, and difficulty concentrating.

There are possible ways of lowering dementia risk and Alzheimer’s Society suggests by learning another language you can give your brain a daily activity like doing puzzles, playing cards or learning something new, reading, word searches or crosswords.

So anyone with Alzheimer’s disease should never be left alone as there is a risk of falls related to walking outside, gardening or doing other activities. However, people shouting, car or train noises or loud music playing may cause stress and anxiety.

Alzheimer’s sufferers should drink enough fluids. For example, drink something at least every two hours. Healthy eating and balanced diet help to reduce the risk of dementia, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.

Alzheimer’s Society said, “A healthy diet has a high proportion of oily fish, fruit, vegetables, unrefined cereals and olive oil, and low levels of red meat and sugar.”

“Regular physical exercise in middle-aged or older adults reduces the risk of developing dementia. It’s also good for your heart and mental wellbeing. Exercise like this brings health benefits even if you’re not losing weight.”