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Exercise can decrease your chance of getting Alzheimer's

Doctors have linked physical activity as a way to prevent early stages of Alzheimer's and Dementia. It is also used as part of treatment for those already diagnosed.

Physical activity can also help with other health related problems that can eventually lead to vascular dementia caused by poor circulation to the brain.

Dr. Kristen Addison-Brown says things like walking or gardening once a day will help stimulate the brain.

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