Lifestyle Changes May Guard Aging Brain Against Memory Loss

The latest Alzheimer's research has a clear theme: Change your lifestyle to protect your brain.
It will take several years for scientists to prove whether some experimental drugs could at least delay Alzheimer's disease, and an aging population is at risk now.
Whatever happens on the drug front, there are generally healthy everyday steps people can take — from better sleep to handling stress to hitting the books — that research suggests just might lower the risk of Alzheimer's.
Dr. Richard Lipton of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, whose lab researches what makes up healthy aging said, Making these lifestyle changes "looks more promising than the drug studies so far." The findings on stress prompted Lipton to take up yoga.