Our cells dont behave as effectively as we age. Do keep in mind supplements like nicotinamide riboside, P-5-P, and PQQ, if you want to rejuvinate from the cell side.
The article doesn’t say how much of the body one has to moisturize on a regular basis to achieve this effect.
It will come out eventually, if the notion of lotion catches on.
So are you selling this stuff? or are you going to give us the link to the article??
“it puts the lotion on, or it gets dementia!”
I have never heard of any of these supplements what are they for
“Eating mushrooms may reduce the risk of cognitive decline.”
Slap on the oils while still damp after a shower so your skin really hangs on to it all day.
Avocado, apricot, almond, and coconut oils, to be specific. Mix in a little vegetable glycerin, which is a natural humectant, and your skin absolutely loves it.
Where’s the article and where was this tested?
Post hoc ergo propter hoc...
Inflammation ages the skin and causes dementia.
Inflammation comes from constantly eating too much. We evolved in famine, and are at our healthiest when we are hungry a few times a day.
Mentioning researching in the same sentence as VA makes me think of veterans being used as Ginny pigs for experimentation, in experimenting with veterans hands what else did they do that they wouldn’t dare talk about in a public.
Also when a veteran goes to see his appointed Pakistani doctor does the doctor sell his email to his friends that so happen to have a good deal on hand creme. I use the VA services for medical services since I don’t have insurance but to be honest I really don’t trust them much.
Oh, please: Cease the snake-oil references.
I know what causes dementia. Research systemic inflammation, eliminate the causes from your lifestyle and let the toilet in your cranium flush itself to prevent dementia.
That’ll be $10,000, thank you very much. /s
Seriously, though: It’s the best free advice you’ll ever receive. Merry Xmas, FReepers. I know two guys who just buried their fathers, both from complications from dementia.
Dementia is a symptom, not a disease. Unfortunately the diagnosis is much too late to do anything about it with current medical technology. That will NOT change in our lifetimes.
You know, I find the two worst things about getting old are:
1) Loss of memory, and
2) Uh, um, mmm, ...
Either that or all the scratching one with dry skin does drives one batty....
I skimmed but didnt see what they were putting on the seniors skin. Any moisturizer sold in stores, or lotion, is a chemical concoction of carcinogens and neurotoxins in some form of oil. You need to know that your skin does take things into your bloodstream and even brain. So while keeping skin healthy, cared for, and hydrated, may now be proven to help fight body inflammation, dont put chemical crap on your skin.
Do not put anything on your skin that you wouldnt eat. Coconut oil and such are the best moisturizers. Shea butter is amazing for the driest parts of skin, and argan is good for the hair.