As per a centrally summoned squad of specialists, there is no kind of firm scientific confirmation available that making considerate changes in the lifestyle and taking measures helps in bringing improvement in the condition of Alzheimer’s in a patient.
Keeping healthy, exercising on a regular basis, eating a diet that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and supplementary healthy foods, and placing your mind engaged in some kind of positive activity have all been recommended as ways to ward off cognitive decline and the brain disorder that is known as Alzheimer's, noticeable by a loss of memory and other cognitive capability.
However, the sovereign board, convened by the National Institutes of Health, makes a conclusion that there is inadequate proof that any of these measures avert Alzheimer's.
The termination, even though probably unsatisfactory to a lot of people, might not be as disappointing as it sounds, says Carl C. Bell, MD, a jury member who is as well the Director of the Institute for Juvenile Research, Professor of Psychiatry and Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago, and President and CEO of the Community Mental Health Council, Chicago.
They could not find any solid proof that supports the presumption that taking measures or bringing positive changes in lifestyle helps prevent the condition.