September 21, 2011Protect yourself from dementia by taking care of your heart. A new study followed more than 450 elderly people and found that those with cardiovascular disease show steeper declines in cognitive function than those with healthy hearts. Vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia, second only to Alzheimer’s disease. Chronic, reduced blood flow to the brain -- often caused by strokes that are so small the symptoms go unnoticed -- cause vascular dementia. Over time, the damage adds up, leading to memory loss, confusion, and other signs of dementia. Protect your heart and reduce your risk of vascular dementia:
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