University of Iowa research shows that exercise could help for protecting us against Alzheimer’s disease. After age 65, our risk for this category of dementia doubles every 5 years.
Even if scientists develop effective and safe senolytic compounds that could allow us to live to be 200 years old, that won’t be happening in the near future. There’s another way to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Exercise can lower the risk for Alzheimer’s disease, especially some form of aerobic exercise.
When it comes to exercise, any exercise is better than none.