Sleep well: check – Balanced diet: check – Mindfulness thinking: check – Action against possible dementia: check.
This from Medscape:
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Any level of physical activity in midlife may help keep cognitive decline and dementia in late life at bay, new research suggests.
Two studies conducted by investigators at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, demonstrated that physical activity, whether mild, moderate, or vigorous, in midlife appeared to protect cognitively normal adults from progressing to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as they aged. In addition, any level of physical exercise appeared to prevent those with MCI from progressing to dementia.
Full Medscape.com Article: Any Level of Midlife Exercise May Keep Dementia at Bay.