Alz develops slowly during its early stages and often the initial damage is not clearly noticeable. However, one can develop an awareness of the initial damage and take steps to intervene with the aim to prevent a progression of the disease.
Research has identified a number of signs that seem to have a relationship to the development of Alz, called risk-factors. We will encourage behaviors that modify the physiology of the brain for the better by reducing the known critical risks.
The Good News: Research indicates that Alz is preventable, provided that older citizens engage an array of activities that promote a healthy brain.
We also warn individuals about behaviors and events that might increase the risk of developing Alz.
Research also indicates that you should attend to reducing the risks of developing Alz while you still have the capability to do so. Do not delay; act while you still have the capability of reducing your chances of developing Alz.
Act before it is too late.