Lack of Activity in Youth Can Lead to Mental Degeneration Later On
There has been a recent push for increasing activity in the teenage population, and with good reason. The earlier a person begins establishing healthy habits, the better their overall health is throughout their life. But recently studies have revealed other reasons it’s important to become active early on in life. There was a recent study from Sweden that showed higher risk of dementia development at age 60 in those who weren’t active in their youth.