For several years, rest was not one of my priorities. Beginning perimenopause, when my children were still young, I studied at night. I was pursuing a career that would allow me to work from home. I was sleeping less than 6 hours a day and eventually this had consequences on my health.
Alzheimer’s: Genes or Lifestyle?
The body of evidence points more and more to the great influence of environmental, dietary and lifestyle factors over genetic mutations on the likelihood of neurodegenerative diseases.
The brain is one of the organs that receives less prominence in terms of prevention and health care. However, we forget that the brain commands all the functions of coordination, intellectual, sensory and the nervous system.