Do you know what you can do to protect your brain and reduce your risk of dementia? Over the past few weeks, we’ve taken a close look at actions you can take and choices you can make to keep your brain healthy and the risk of dementia low, such as:
- The four most common ways to reduce your risk,
- Ten easy tips for physical and social activities that can protect your brain, and
- Eight suggestions for brain-boosting exercises that can challenge your brain.
Now, it’s time to test your knowledge on dementia risk and prevention! Can you get all the questions correct?
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Recognizing the early signs of dementia. It can be hard to spot the early signs of dementia versus normal age-related memory loss. If dementia is diagnosed, there are steps caregivers can take to help support loved ones.
Promoting brain health at every age. Learn more about physical activity, nutrition and two lifestyle factors that may affect your brain health and risk of dementia.
Memory problems: Age-related or a warning sign? Discover how memory loss can be a fairly common part of ageing, but may also present warning signs that require appropriate care.
Dementia is not inevitable: Lifestyle tips for your brain health. Some of Canada’s leading scientists in women’s brain health discuss lifestyle choices that can help prevent brain-aging diseases.
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