Cognitive Motor Training Combo Can Help Reverse Dementia Progress

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Cognitive Motor Training Combo Can Help Reverse Dementia Progress

Researchers have discovered that as little as half an hour of visually-guided movements a week can help slow and also reverse dementia progress. Individuals in early stages of dementia who for half an hour a week played a game making use of rules to execute visually-guided movements, managed to reduce the progress of dementia, with some individuals managing to even reverse dementia by returning cognitive function to a healthy status.[1]

Cognitive training alone has been tried as well as aerobic exercise training alone, but this study combined the two to determine how the combination impacted cognitive function in older individuals who had various degrees of cognitive defects.

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