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Exercising Your Brain Can Stave Off Memory Loss by Longevityactiva: 2:43pm On Apr 29
Exercising your brain is as important as exercising your body for longevity activator reviews your overall health, and to stave off memory loss and the risks of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. Your memory is dependent on the health of your brain. Staying mentally sharp as you age will play a huge factor in your future mental acuity.

From the moment we are born, we start to age, we can't avoid it. When reaching our late twenties or early thirties, we start noticing certain signs of ageing, like facial wrinkles or the skin beginning to sag. Most of us generally accept that what we see in the mirror, is an inevitable process of nature. Sun damage, smoking, pollution, the environment, stress and lack of sleep, all accelerate the skin's ageing process.

These are dangerous times we live in! We hear about shark attacks, car accidents or earthquakes on the news. But there is a much greater danger lurking right in front of us and all around us. This danger is often in disguise, hidden right in front of you and even promoted as being good for you. In the background there are tales of corporate and government lies, medical ignorance and collusion and the wholesale destruction of generations of people health.

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