I recently read about a study that proved people are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease if they are organized, self-disciplined, goal-oriented type of people. These people keep their brains active and exercised so much so that their brains remain healthy longer. It has been shown through autopsies that some of these personality types of people did indeed have signs of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain, but it had not manifested in their life times at all. In other words, their lifestyles kept the disease at bay and delayed the full onset. It was also found that people who were positive had less risk than those who were significantly weighed down by life’s worries and hardships.