Everyday Neuro 003: How Staying Active and Sociable Supports Memory and Reduces Anxiety in Older Age and in Alzheimer's Disease
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In this episode, I interview Hannah Miller, a researcher in psychology who has found that sociability and having hobbies is an important factor in the relationship between perceived memory issues and anxiety in older adults. I discuss the clinical profile and hallmark biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease, and the research that suggests that lifestyle factors such as exercise can be beneficial in reducing the impact of the disease on behaviour and wellbeing.
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