Aged as cause of dementia: A fallacy!

It would be too easy to explain the disease by our increased life expectancy alone. Unfortunately, this is often claimed. It is true that dementia and increasing age can be linked.

If, however, age alone were the trigger for this change, all people over the age of 60 would fall ill with it. Since exactly this does not happen, there must be other explanations…

The real reasons…

It is true that every human being can compensate an individual degree of damaging and disturbing influences in the course of his life. But at some point the burden becomes too high, the body can no longer compensate alone and the “barrel overflows” – various illnesses, e.g. dementia, can be the result. Of course, with increasing age and a lifestyle that is not ” appropriate for the species “, the sum of the accumulated damage influences increases and with it the probability of a dementia.

The logical conclusion is therefore:

A conscious and sensible lifestyle helps to reduce the risk of dementia to a minimum. Not only that, minor cognitive limitations can be successfully addressed through easy to implement lifestyle adjustments. The aim of “Knowledge stops Dementia” is to inform and support you about this.


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