8 Ways to Boost Brain Health & Improve Memory
As we age, it is important to take care of both our brains and our bodies.
Though the majority of seniors have good mental health, many of them are at risk of developing neurological and mental health disorders, including dementia and depression.
The good news is that regardless of your age, there are proactive steps you can take to keep your brain healthy and reduce your risk of developing dementia, depression, or other mental conditions. Here are eight ways you can keep up your mental fitness:
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