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Want to keep your Brain healthy?

Staying active in the community has many benefits for your brain health. It can help decrease the risk of developing dementia, can delay the onset of dementia, and may slow the disease progression. Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines recommend all adults (18 and older) should accumulate at least 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity per week, in bouts of at least 10 minutes.

Here are some resources to help you stay active:

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Download the Alzheimer Society Fact Sheet: Dementia in Ontario

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Download the Alzheimer Society Fact Sheet: On your way to brain health

Ontario Brain Institute Resources: Boost Your Brain and Body Power, Physical Activity and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Get the facts: Download the brochure

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Keep track: Download the Calendar 

Another great resource from the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology: Guidelines for exercise, by age groups

 


Last Updated: 07/01/14
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