Addressing Modifiable Risk Factors for Dementia: Actionable Insights for Providers
Empower patients to take action against dementia
It’s never too late — or too early — for patients to make lifestyle and health-related changes to address risk factors that raise their risk for dementia and other brain health issues. A growing body of evidence supports the ability for related interventions to not only protect patients’ brain health as they age, but also to slow cognitive decline among those already experiencing it.
But what are the most impactful interventions and how can providers help patients make meaningful, lasting changes to improve brain health? This white paper not only provides insights from some of the newest research, but also offers guidance on putting interventions into practice with patients.
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Download this white paper to learn:
The modifiable risk factors associated with 40% of dementia cases
What studies have shown about the impact of lifestyle changes on brain health
Best practices to help patients adopt — and stick with — personalized plans