13 Bad Brain Health Habits

>We all have some bad habits, but some of these bad habits can harm your brain.
We need human contact to survive and thrive. It is also vital for healthy brain function.
Potato chips, fries, and soft drinks are bad for brain functioning. 
Hearing loss is linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.
A sedentary lifestyle sets the stage for brain disorders. 
Research says smoking increases the risk of dementia. 
Avoid overeating to prevent dementia. 
Science says adequate sunlight is good for brain health. 
Dehydration can make it hard to think and perform tasks.
Limit your intake of sugar to help your brain work better.
Protect your head while playing sports and being active.
Exposure to pollution increases the risk of dementia.
<p>Salt increases blood pressure and may lead to cognitive deficits.

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Reviewed by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Dementia and Alzheimer's: 13 Bad Brain Health Habits

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