Negative Thinking Linked to Dementia in Later Life, But You can Learn to be More Positive

Negative Thinking Linked to Dementia in Later Life, But You can Learn to be More Positive

Are you a pessimist by nature, a “glass half empty” sort of person? That’s not good for your brain. A new study found that repetitive negative thinking in later life was linked to cognitive decline and greater deposits of two harmful proteins responsible for Alzheimer’s disease. Read more at CNN.com

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Are you a pessimist by nature, a “glass half empty” sort of person? That’s not good for your brain. A new study found that repetitive negative thinking in later life was linked to cognitive decline and greater deposits of two harmful proteins responsible for Alzheimer’s disease. Read more at CNN.com

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