Staying Heart Healthy in Your 20s May Help Cognitive Ability Later On

Staying Heart Healthy in Your 20s May Help Cognitive Ability Later On

Share on Pinterest Staying heart healthy when you’re younger may help your cognitive ability as you age. More research is needed to know what effect managing these risk factors in young adulthood has on late-life cognitive abilities. People can modify, treat, or manage these risk factors with medications or lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise. “It’s possible that treating or modifying these health issues in early adulthood could prevent or reduce problems with thinking skills in later life,” Yaffe said. Having high total cholesterol during any life stage wasn’t linked to greater cognitive decline later in life.

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