Science Daily report on exercise helping to protect against Alzheimer’s

Aug 13, 2019

They report that higher levels of activity may help to protect you against Alzheimer’s.  The findings reported that their study showed physical activity appeared to have positive effects on slowing cognitive decline and remarkably reduced the speed of tissue loss.  The process of Alzheimer’s is said to start decades before any symptoms actually show. All studies are based on trying to reduce risks and this is borne out by all the studies around exercise, diet and life style choices.

Larchfield House Dementia Care Specialists pride ourselves in providing regular exercise from Balloon tennis to the sessions with our G-Fitness instructor. Recently we have introduced pedal cycle exercise this works very well and the residents thoroughly enjoy the experience. This is an essential part of the daily lives of our residents. Reference URL: https://

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