Keeping Your Mind Active Delays Dementia But Speeds Up Decline Later On

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Brain games hide but do not prevent the progression of Alzheimer’s.

Crossword puzzles and other mentally stimulating pursuits may hide but not prevent the progress of Alzheimer’s disease, research has shown.  Evidence suggests that adults who keep their brains active by reading, listening to the radio or doing puzzles, can delay the onset of dementia. But these people may then decline more quickly when they do eventually exhibit symptoms.

 

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