Keep Yourself Moving
According to the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, older people who are physically active have healthier cerebral blood vessels. Regular exercise also helps you lose weight, boost your mood and helps you think more clearly, tone muscles and build healthier bones.
Studies from the National Institute on Aging show a clear connection between physical exercise and having better brain power. According to Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA Center on Aging, walking for just 10 minutes a day lowers your risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 40 percent.