Keep Your Life In Mind

Keep your life in mind - dementia risk reduction program

Connect With Others

To help look after your brain health it's important to be social with people whose company you enjoy and in ways that interest you.

Spending time with friends and family creates better brain function and reduces your risk of chronic diseases such as dementia.

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Challenge Your Mind

Keeping your mind active is important to keep it functioning well.

Challenging the mind with new activities helps to build new brain cells and strengthens connections between them.

Lifelong learning creates better brain function and reduces your risk of chronic diseases such as dementia.

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Food For Life

A healthy, balanced diet can help in maintaining brain health and functionality and there are specific foods that can help to reduce the risk of dementia.

Enjoy eating and nourishing yourself with food that is good for your brain health.

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Enjoy Being Active

Move, go outside, take a new step.

Being physically active stimulates your brain and strengthens your heart it is also associated with better brain function and reduced risk of cognitive decline and dementia.

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