It’s understandable that people are desperate for a quick fix to one of the greatest collective health fears they have: Losing their memory, and their financial assets because of cognitive decline.
The costs of an unhealthy brain can be significant. The average lifetime cost of dementia is $392,874, which can include medical expenses, caregiving, home modifications, lost income, legal fees, hospice, and end-of-life care.
So how can we prepare for the possibility of cognitive decline? More and more research reveals a powerful message: that we—not our genes—can have control over our cognitive health today and the destiny of our brains. By understanding the simple tips we’ll share in this presentation, you can help ensure your brain health lasts longer.
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