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Meditating for 12 Minutes Each Day Cuts Your Dementia Risk, Study Says – Best Life

A study has found that meditating for just 12 minutes a day can slash your risk of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease way down.

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It’s one thing to keep your body in the right shape as you age with proper diet and exercise, but it can be another thing entirely to keep your mind sharp in your later years. But it turns out that some daily habits could also boost cognitive health. In fact, research has found that doing this one activity for just 12 minutes a day can slash your risk of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease way down. Read on to see what you could be doing to keep your brain sharp.
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