Can Volunteering Fight Dementia?

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Can Volunteering Fight Dementia?

More and more studies (Be a volunteer (aarp-foundation get/involved) are revealing that volunteering is an effective way to ward off dementia. Their findings state that as people volunteer their cognitive scores improve. One study that occurred over a twelve-year period states that volunteering just two hours a week improved cognitive scores by 6%.

The studies are explicit about what volunteering should consist of. Volunteering should be done on a regular basis, assuring that volunteering is a benefit to others and the benefactors are not your core family or people who are related to you.

Perhaps, this article has peeked your interest and you might want to improve your cognitive scores and your overall health. Please give us a call at Lend A Hand we are always looking for local people to carry on our mission. We can get you started on the first step to better all-around health. Call Lend a Hand at 702 294-2363 to get started today!

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