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Lifestyle Recommendations for Dementia Prevention: PASCAL

Other Title
치매예방을 위한 생활습관
Authors
이, 윤환; 나, 덕렬; 정, 해관; 홍, 창형; 백, 종환; 김, 진희; 김, 시헌; 김, 윤구
Citation
Noinpyŏng, 13(2):61-68, 2009
Journal Title
Noinpyŏng; Journal of The korean Geriatrics Society; 노인병
ISSN
1229-23972288-1239
Abstract
The increasing number of persons with dementia poses a serious threat to public health in an aging society. Efforts to curb the rising prevalence of dementia have directed attention to health promotion as a viable strategy for delaying dementia onset and maintaining cognitive function in later life. For the latter purpose, public recommendations were developed based on a systematic review of the literature. Significant lifestyle variables found to predict cognitive function and dementia in later life were physical activity, non-smoking, social activity, cognitive activity, moderate alcohol consumption, normal body weight (BMI), and healthy nutrition and diet (fish, vegetables, fruits, vitamin C and E, etc.). Cognitive health recommendations were developed and named PASCAL, an acronym for (1) Physical activity, (2) Anti-smoking, (3) Social activity, (4) Cognitive activity, (5) Alcohol drinking in moderation, and (6) Lean body mass and healthy diet. These recommendations can be used to educate the public and raise awareness in health professionals to the important role a healthy lifestyle plays in maintaining cognitive health in later life.
Keywords
Cognitive health promotionDementiaLife stylePreventionPublic recommendations
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences
Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Preventive Medicine & Public Health
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이, 윤환홍, 창형
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