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Do you think about your brain health? What are you willing to do for your brain?

Brain diseases account for about one-third of all diseases around the world. However, we still know very little about to what extent people actively consider the health of their brain.

Researchers from the University of Oslo are undertaking a groundbreaking global study to change this.

Helping everyone to take care of their brain

The Global Brain Health Survey is an anonymous online survey to learn about people’s views on the brain and brain health.

Researchers hope that gathering the opinions and attitudes of people worldwide could help shape future policy recommendations to help everyone take care of their brain in a way that fits their daily life.

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and anyone over the age of 18 can participate.

If you would like to take part in the Global Brain Health Survey you can login to your Join Dementia Research account and click the link in your study matches.

If you haven’t registered already, sign up to Join Dementia Research today.

Why is this research important?

Research suggests that lifestyle choices can affect brain health and the chances of developing diseases like dementia.

However while there has been a lot of research into how to improve brain health, little is known about to what extent most people think about looking after their brains.

The Global Brain Health Survey will try to help to close this gap so that future advice about looking after the brain can have a real impact on people’s lives.

Take part in this study and see if you are eligible for others around the UK by logging into your Join Dementia Research account.

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