Dementia symptoms: 'Problems' signalling the early stages of the progressive brain decline
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If you have diabetes or heart disease, by taking prescribed medications, you can help to minimise the risk of dementia.

Vascular dementia is also linked to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity – especially from mid-life.

To put yourself in the best health position possible, it’s vital to be a non-smoker, who exercises regularly and eats a healthy and nutritious diet.

In order to help minimise dementia risk, it is helpful to keep mentally and socially engaged.



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