One Way to Reduce Your Chance of Alzheimer’s Disease
New research suggests aluminum exposure contributes to dementia, but there is plenty you can do to lower your risk.
Aluminum is one of the most widely used metals in the world. Consider your morning commute: You hop into your car, where you’re protected from the elements by aluminum body panels. You sip your morning coffee from an aluminum travel mug. You arrive at your desk and pry open your laptop’s aluminum case to check your email.
All of this exposure to aluminum, however, may come at a cost. Research suggests that the metal — a known neurotoxin — builds up in the brain over time, contributing to Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions.
This is only one thing you can do. If you have any dementia diseases in your family, please contact us to help you prevent getting this condition also.
Health and Wellness Associates