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Reading May Help Fight Alzheimer’s Disease

Spectr News Theme Eskanisa Ramadiani
10, December 2018

You might probably familiar with this disease, Alzheimer’s, a condition which sufferers experience decreasing brain function followed with some symptoms, including memory loss, confusion, trouble to understanding visual images like words, colours, faces to the behaviour changes. Apparently, not only the elderly who has the potential to get Alzheimer’s, it appears to young people too. However, you can prevent Alzheimer’s disease early with very simple ways, as simple as reading.

In Alzheimer’s patients found dangerous protein compound called amyloid beta. You can prevent the protein growing with reading, writing or other challenging simple activities, playing chess, crossword puzzles and so on. Reading helps to stimulate brain cells to concentrate on the details of stories.

At around middle age, your cognitive abilities would level off, but, you can stimulate the brain to remember new things with reading a lot of books. It also can strengthening your existing memories.

Start with your favourite book, the light and entertaining one, novel, short stories even synopsis of your favourite films. One thing to note is reading the positive one to keep your mood good.

Eskanisa Ramadiani
Eskanisa Ramadiani