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Genetic resilience

Max, you are less genetically resilient to developing Alzheimer’s than the average person.

While this means that you genetically are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than the average person, many people with your genetic resilience score remain disease free throughout their life. Lifestyle and taking care of your overall health contributes about 40% to your overall risk and you can work on improving that now. By subscribing to NeuroAge you are contributing to the development of therapeutics that will be available in the future should lifestyle changes alone not be enough to prevent you from developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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  • Your resilience20%
  • Average resilience50%

Your Alzheimer’s Disease genetic resilience score

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Typical range

100%

Alzheimer’s Disease

low resilience

Parkinson’s Disease

under development

Fronto-temporal dementia

under development

See your estimated likelihood broken down by age
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This report does not diagnose any disease. It is instead showing the likelihood of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease based on how often other people with your genetic resilience developed Alzheimer’s. Many people with your resilience score never develop Alzheimer’s disease. Having a lower neuro age is associated with less risk of Alzheimer’s even in people with genetic risk factors. You can lower your neuro age with our recommended lifetstyle modifications. If you are concerned about your memory, we recommend that you speak with your doctor.