To Guard Against Dementia, You Might Want to Spend More Time in Nature
Older adults living in an area with more green space experienced fewer neurodegenerative disorders
Spending time in nature — even as little as two hours a week — has been linked to several health benefits.
It seems to support healthy aging and has been associated with, among other things, improved cognitive function, blood pressure, mental health and sleep.
Now, a study of nearly 62 million Medicare beneficiaries suggests that nature may also help protect against the risk of developing certain neurodegenerative disorders.
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