Decrease Your Heart Attack Risk – Increase Your Brain Health
I just stumbled upon this article in AARP and found it fascinating! It’s an easy read discussing how to avoid a heart attack and has a few quick questions to analyze your potential risk for a heart attack in the next 10 years. I completed the quiz and was nervous but am glad to report my risk was 1%. I then took a really deep breath!
I encourage you to read the article and take the quiz. It’s important to be well informed about your heath and potential health risks. Be honest with yourself! By doing this now, you become empowered to make lifestyle changes to promote healthy aging and longevity.
Remember, if something is good for your heart, then yes it’s good for your brain! Go Brain!
Posted on November 22, 2010, in Ageing, Aging, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's Disease, Anti Alzheimer's, Anti Alzheimer's Disease, anti-aging, baby boomer, baby boomers, Brain, brain fitness, brain health, Brain Plasticity, cognition, cognitive reserve, Dementia, executive function, exercise, health, health and wellness, Healthy Aging, judgement, judgment, Longevity, memory, Memory Loss, Mental fitness, Mental Stimulation, problem solving, reasoning, Senior Fitness, senior health, thought flexibility and tagged Ageing, Alzheimer's disease, Anti Alzheimer's, Anti Alzheimer's Disease, anti-aging, Baby boomer, baby boomers, Blood pressure, brain, brain fitness, brain health, brain plasticity, Cognition, cognitive reserve, Dementia, executive function, Grey matter, health, health and wellness, healthy aging, Healthy diet, judgment, Low-density lipoprotein, memory, Memory Loss, mental fitness, mental stimulation, Olive oil, Omega-3 fatty acid, Prevent Memory Loss, problem solving, Senior Fitness, senior health, Stress management. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.