Living conscience may save its owner fromserious mental deterioration!
people may be less likely to develop dementia than others, according to a news tudy.
About 900 participants in the study, aged 70 years or older, were classified according to
their self-control and good organizationp ronouns.
The researchers followed participants for eight years, and the results published in the
journal “Neuroepidemiology” showed that those who were classified
Initially had a living conscience, were 20 percent less likely to diagnose dementia
during the study period.
One theory holds that people with a living
conscience have greater mental reserves, and that their brains have the ability to form new bonds.
Researchers at the University of California say the investigation of living conscience
may help identify people most at risk of dementia.