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Do you know your Healthy Brain Age?

In less tnan 5 minutes you can complete your personalized Healthy Brain Age porfile and determine if your brain is aging faster than you are. (A rapidily aging brain increases your risk of devloping dementia and Alzheimer's disease) You can then see how healthy life style changes (regular physical activity, sleeping better, etc.) can reduce your risk and improve your health. This scientifically validated computer model will help you determine how many years you can add to your brain health.

What sex were you assigned at birth.
Indicate your age. The computer model used to calculate brain age is based upon data for individuals between 30 and 85 years of age and is therefore only validated between these ages. If you are younger than 30, indicate 30. If you are older than 85, indicate 85.
Has anyone in your immediate family (parents, brothers, sisters) been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease?
Have you ever had a stroke or mini-stroke (a transient ischaemic attack)? Stroke means having a blood clot or hemorrhage in the brain.
Do you have heart disease? (angina, heart attack, bypass surgery, stents)
Do you have a college/university degree or professional training?
On average, how many hours do you sleep every night?
Are you lonely?
Are you employed (or self employed)?
How many falls have you had in the last year?
Do you attend a gym, sports club, or participate in recreational physical activity one or more times a week?
During the last month, on average, how many minutes per week did you do vigorous physical activity? Examples of vigorous physical activity include aerobics, fast bicycling or swimming, jogging, playing soccer, heavy lifting, or digging.
Have you been diagnosed with high blood pressure?
Have you ever seen a mental health professional for nerves, anxiety, tension or depression?
How would you assess your overall state of health?
Are you unable to work because of sickness or disability?
Do you have diabetes (diagnosed by a doctor)? Diabetes means having been diagnosed with diabetes by a physician or taking oral blood sugar lowering medication or insulin injections.
Do you experience mood swings?
Have you been diagnosed with high cholesterol?
How many cups of tea do you drink daily?

If you need to modify any information, simply click on the corresponding edit button. Click next to see how you can reduce your brain age.

edit What sex were you assigned at birth.
edit Indicate your age.
edit Has anyone in your immediate family (parents, brothers, sisters) been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease?
edit Have you ever had a stroke or mini-stroke (a transient ischaemic attack)?
edit Do you have heart disease?
edit Do you have a college/university degree or professional training?
edit On average, how many hours do you sleep every night?
edit Are you lonely?
edit Are you employed (or self employed)?
edit How many falls have you had in the last year?
edit Do you attend a gym, sports club, or participate in recreational physical activity one or more times a week?
edit During the last month, on average, how many minutes per week did you do vigorous physical activity?
edit Have you been diagnosed with high blood pressure?
edit Have you ever seen a mental health professional for nerves, anxiety, tension or depression?
edit How would you assess your overall state of health?
edit Are you unable to work because of sickness or disability?
edit Do you have diabetes (diagnosed by a doctor)?
edit Do you experience mood swings?
edit Have you been diagnosed with high cholesterol?
edit How many cups of tea do you drink daily?

My Healthy Brain Age on 07 December 2022



current age

Your brain age of means you have the same brain age as someone years of age.

You have no modifiable risk factors
You can have the brain age of a year old, if you adopt healthy lifestyle habits and optimize your modifiable risk factors including:
  • do up to 120 minutes of vigorous exercise per week
  • prevent falls by improving your strength and balance
  • socialize more to reduce loneliness
  • boost your mood to reduce mood swings
  • sleep 7 to 9 hours daily
  • exercise with others or join a gym / sports club
  • drink one and a half to two cups of tea most days