Seth Rogen answers YOUR questions about YOUR brain.
YOU: Alzheimer’s is genetic - if you’re gonna get it, there’s nothing you can do, right?
SETH: WRONG!! Though there’s still no cure, there are some basic lifestyle changes you can do that will change the trajectory of your brain’s future.
YOU: Sounds great, I’ll bookmark this page and check it out when I’m old.
SETH: Sorry, but no. The bad news is that Alz starts affecting the brain 20-30 years before people see a symptom. Sucks, I know.
YOU: So... is there good news?
SETH: There definitely is good news! It’s that there are real, scientifically-proven ways of reducing your risk of getting dementia. And they don’t involve doing 20 hours of yoga a day or eating nothing but raw wheat. They’re simple things like eating blueberries, reducing stress and getting more sleep. I mean, how hard is sleeping?
YOU: I’m in. What do I do?
SETH: You’ve taken the first step just by reaching this page. Stick with me, and I’ll teach you some basic facts about Alz, how you can reduce your risk of getting it, and what you can do to strengthen your mind’s defenses. It’s as easy as ABC, which in our case stands for Alzheimer’s Brain Care.