Does Anxiety Lead to Alzheimer’s?

Can being anxious in midlife make you prone to Alzheimer’s disease later in life? Yes. Stop worrying about little things (and big things) in life. 

New research, reviewing data from 30,000 people, suggests that being anxious in midlife increases your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. So worrying about Alzheimer’s may actually make you more likely to get it. 

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