8 Tips to Keep Your Brain Sharp and Healthy as You Age

High cholesterol and blood pressure raise the risk of heart disease and stroke, which may cause dementia.


smoking and drinking too much increase dementia risk, therefore quit smoking and drink moderately.

Avoid Smoking

Regular exercise may improve cerebral blood flow and minimize the incidence of dementia-related diseases including high blood pressure.

Exercise regularly

A review of research indicated that vitamin E, B vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids boost cognitive performance.

Eating Healthy

The Alzheimer's Association suggests working and performing other brain-stimulating activities to create cognitive reserve

Engage Your Mind

 Older persons with high or growing social involvement had a decreased dementia risk than those with poor social engagement.

Socialize More

Sexual intimacy may be enjoyable at any age, and a 2017 study connected weekly sexual engagement to enhanced cognitive performance

Sexually active

These games may test and train your memory, but they won't reverse aging brain abnormalities, researchers warn.


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