Early Retirement Enhanced Risk Of Dementia And Alzheimer

Approximately 35 million people worldwide suffer from dementia and Alzheimer. One cause that contributes to these figures is early pension.

Researchers concluded that after observations on 429 thousand elderly aged 74 years who have pension. Nearly 3% of the participants began to experience dementia. However, those who retired early had higher dementia.

Those who retire at age 65 years had a lower risk of dementia compared with 15% of participants who retire at the age of 60 years. Because the work makes people physically active, socially connected, and mentally challenged. It is known to prevent mental decline.

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