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Can Dementia Be Prevented?
Can Dementia Be Prevented?
Can Dementia Be Prevented?
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Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 31 mins | Size: 538 MB
Brain Health and Lifestyle Factors-Learn from the Latest Research

What Will I Learn?

Understand how different lifestyle factors affect brain health based on the latest scientific findings.
Understand brain plasticity and neurogenesis
Know why adult hippocampal neurogenesis is important
Understand changes that occur in the ageing brain


This course assumes no prior knowledge, everything is explained in the course.


Sadly, there's currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease. In a healthy brain changes also occur as a normal part of ageing. In fact, the human brain starts to reduce in volume and weight from the mid-twenties onwards. Although there is no guaranteed way to prevent dementia, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can reduce your risk, and keep your mind sharp into older age.

This course is based on scientific research and is a brief overview of the impact of various lifestyle factors including physical exercise, mental stimulation, chronic stress, sleep, diet and social interaction on brain health.

You'll also learn about brain plasticity, how the brain changes in response to experience, and the effects of inflammation on the ageing brain.

Life is busy, so this is a short course designed to provide you with the main lifestyle factors that have an impact on your brain health.

You can even complete it in your lunch hour! Learn how to keep your brain healthy. Start protecting your greatest asset, your brain, today!

The scientific references used to create the course are listed at the end. However, in the bonus lectures, the references are added at the end of each lecture.

Who is the target audience?

Anyone interested in learning how to improve their brain health to stay mentally sharp during the ageing process, and reduce the risk of developing dementia caused by Alzheimer's disease.




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