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A happier partner may protect you from dementia

 A happier partner may protect you from dementia

Did you know that your partner may negatively or positively affect your dementia? Here's what this study found.

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The results of a new scientific study reveal that a happier partner will reduce their partner's risk of developing dementia later on.

Where the researchers on the basis of the study believe that a happy partner helps to adopt a healthier lifestyle compared to others.

This study, published in the Journal of Personality, found the results by targeting more than 4,000 partners for a period of up to eight years.

The researchers noted that couples who have happy partners enjoyed better cognitive abilities than others, and it is believed that the reason behind this is due to the healthy and stress-free life they live with their spouses.

Spending more time with a happy partner will encourage a person to follow healthy lifestyles, eat healthy food in addition to exercising and even help quit smoking.

In addition, the researchers reported that couples in this case have many memories and events of their own that are rooted in their memories, and retrieving them between them would enhance brain health and reduce the risk of developing dementia later in age.