New research suggests that elderly people who move around more — even gardening or puttering around the house — are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than more sedentary seniors.
The study doesn’t confirm that being active lowers the risk of Alzheimer’s, an age-related degenerative brain disease. It’s possible that another factor explains the link; perhaps the very early stages of Alzheimer’s cause people to slow down.
GentleCareInc. Aston pa 19014