Aging is a common cause of memory loss and obviously we can’t stop growing older. However, we can eat a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, and other protein sources. These foods contain nutrients that will help feed your brain and keep it working properly.
You should also keep your body in shape by getting regular exercise. If you are older and can’t move as much as you used to, try to get up and walk as much as you can, every little bit helps.
Along with exercising your body, take steps to exercise your mind. Do puzzles that require accessing memories and using deductive reasoning like crosswords or Sudoku. Studies have shown that people who do crosswords regularly are less likely to get Alzheimer’s disease. You can also make an effort to learn new skills and practice them regularly. This will help keep your neurons firing and your mind in shape.
The key to preventing memory loss is taking action early. The sooner you act, the more likely you are to be able to stop or slow memory loss. There are also natural remedies to help prevent memory loss.