A large long-term study presented Memory Protocol Ebook Review earlier this month at the Alzheimers Association International Conference on Alzheimers Disease meeting in Honolulu found that people who perform moderate to heavy levels of exercise have a 40 percent lower risk of developing any type of dementia compared with people reporting the lowest level of exercise.
I recommend adding these balance exercises either before or after your regular walking biking or dancing routine Stand with your back an inch away from a wall. Inhale as you lengthen your spine all the way up through your neck. Now find a spot in front of you that you can look at. Staring at this spot will help you to keep your balance.
Exhale and lift your right foot off the floor placing it against your calf or on top of your left foot. Try to balance on your left foot but lean back against the wall if you need to. When you feel comfortable you can also lift your arms up toward the sky like the branches of a tree (In yoga this is called tree pose). Continue breathing deeply in and out for one minute and then place your right foot back on the floor. Take a break and then repeat with your left foot.