Ep. 281 – Dementia Biomarkers Part 1

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Biomarkers for Dementia are very similar to those for concussions. They both relate to memory, attention and physical cues. We can observe things like balance, gait and sit to stand testing to tell how physically fit an individual is. We have long since established that being physically fit helps you to have a better brain. Increased mobility and increased fitness lead to increased cognitive function. Therefore poor balance can be a big indicator of Dementia. Please make sure that your loved ones see a physician if you suspect dementia biomarkers are becoming a concern. Thanks for tuning in!

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