The SHOCKING Heart/Brain Connection [A Must-Read!]
Following a healthy lifestyle can be overwhelming.
You take certain steps for your heart health.
Other steps for your healthy brain function.
Then there’s your joints, eyes, and sexual function to consider.
The list goes on…
Like I said, it can be overwhelming.
But there’s good news?
Because when it comes to heart and brain health, you can kill two birds with one stone.
According to a recent study, one of the best things you can do to support brain function as you age is to take good care of your heart.
Researchers evaluated data on nearly 30,000 people averaging 65-years-old. They looked at cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging date (like an MRI for your heart), along with fluid intelligence and reaction time (two measures of cognitive performance).
What they found was that better cognitive performance was associated with healthier heart structures.
In other words, if you want a healthy brain, take steps to protect your heart.
This connection existed regardless of other variables like age, sex, smoking, exercise levels, etc.
And the connection shouldn’t come as a surprise.
You see, everything in your body is connected.
A healthy heart pumps oxygenated blood to the rest of your body — including your brain. If your heart isn’t working as well it needs to, your brain won’t be getting the blood supply it needs to function properly.
So, to keep both your heart — and your brain — functioning at peak performance, here’s what you should be focusing on:
- A healthy diet
- Lots of movement
- Plenty of sunlight
- Maintaining your circadian rhythm
- Keeping your blood pressure in check
- And maintaining a healthy weight.
I could add more to the list, but these are six of the biggest lifestyle factors to consider.
The best part?
Following these steps will help just about every aspect of your health, not just your heart and brain.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser
P.S. Want to shield your heart AND your brain? You’ll want to read this ASAP!
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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