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Although it may be difficult, cognitive decline can be slowed down. This decreases the chances of one getting dementia and leads to a healthier lifestyle. This exercise may be the best way to help prevent dementia in adults.
It is proven that chronically low blood pressure can increase ones chances of getting dementia. Experts have stated that exercising the calf muscle can boost a person’s blood pressure which in-turn decreases one’s chances of getting dementia and slows down cognitive decline. This exercise is easy to do and can be done by anyone.
The best way to work out the calf muscle is by massaging the muscle first as a “passive exercise.” Then by doing toe stands or squats. The person should value how much they can do to work out the muscle and should not overwork the calf. This is proven to instantly increase blood flow back to the heart and brain which will help prevent dementia.
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