By now you are probably aware that what is good for the heart is good for the brain. Studies have shown that heart health is connected to a risk for dementia so when you take action to protect your heart, you might also be improving your cognitive health too.
Here are five things just about anyone can do to keep their heart pumping and possibly also keep their brain in shape too:
When it comes to implementing any of these lifestyle changes start by setting achievable goals, check back in with yourself regularly to see if anything has changed, and consider making these changes with others to keep it fun and all of you accountable. Also consult your health care provider if you have questions about your heart health.
Experts tell us that grief can happen for all kinds of loss and this past spring has led to a lot of change in everyone’s life and therefore loss for people across the globe.
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