Maintaining Active Brain May Slow Cognitive Decline in Neurodegenerative Disorders, Study Shows

Maintaining Active Brain May Slow Cognitive Decline in Neurodegenerative Disorders, Study Shows
An intellectually active lifestyle may help protect against neurodegeneration, delaying symptoms and loss of the brain’s gray matter, which is essential for motor control and sensory perception, a study shows. The study, “An active cognitive lifestyle as a potential neuroprotective factor in Huntington’s disease,” was published in the journal Neuropsychologia. Studies on aging and dementia suggest

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