1. A brisk walk in the fresh air for an hour every morning and evening will help stimulate brain cells, delay the process of nerve cell degeneration, and effectively prevent Alzheimer's disease.
2. Brain gymnastics (such as mahjong, chess, calligraphy, painting, etc.), which often does finger movements, can promote cerebral blood circulation and increase brain cell activity. It also helps to maintain and enhance memory function, which is conducive to the prevention of senile dementia.
3. Often using fingers to rotate steel balls or walnuts, or stretching fist movements with both hands, can stimulate cerebral cortical nerves, promote good blood circulation, enhance mental flexibility, delay the aging of cerebral nerve cells, and prevent dementia.
4. The left and right rotation of head and neck should be carried out to delay cerebral arteriosclerosis and prevent senile dementia.
5. Taijiquan can not only increase the sensitivity of nervous system, but also improve the activity level of central nervous system, so as to prevent senile dementia.
6. Do more left-handed exercise, such as trying to eat with your left hand, brush your teeth, end a cup, comb your hair, use a mouse, turn a fitness ball, write, and so on. In this way, the left and right brains can be fully trained and used, and the whole body is in a flexible state, so as to improve the agility of thinking and achieve the effect of preventing Alzheimer's disease.
the elderly should pay attention to the intensity of exercise and should not be too large.
in fact, exercise can be carried out anywhere at any time, in the finger movement at the same time, read more books and newspapers, with the brain can really organize the degradation of nerve cells oh!