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"We know that prolonged social isolation leads to memory loss, and that loneliness is a risk factor for cognitive decline, dementia and even death....Fight back against loneliness and remain socially engaged."
A healthy eating plan like which includes plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, fish, and healthy fats like olive oil and nuts, can benefit your heart and brain.
"These items aren't only linked to boosting the brain power of elderly people, but they've also been shown to be even m...
Sleep is "your (free) secret weapon to refresh and replenish tissues and cells — among them, those of the brain and immune system.... It also rinses away waste and debris in the brain that can otherwise foment disease, and it strengthens your memories. After a good night's sleep, you wake up with...
"Just as physical activity helps keep your body in shape, mentally stimulating activities help keep your brain in shape—and might keep memory loss at bay,"
- Mayo Clinic.
Play board games/word games; work puzzles or crosswords; read or listen to podcasts—anything to keep your brain...
The human body is built to thrive in a series of short sprints. Studies show that rest and relaxation promote mental health, boost creativity, increase productivity, promote well-being, reduce stress, improve mood, and strengthen relationships.
"Relaxing is not solely a physical thing for ...
Finally tailor these tips to your own personality and schedule.
Focus on doing one simple thing at a time.
You might be surprised at how much you can accomplish in just a short period.
"Never forget that the brain is exceptionally plastic... It can rewire and reshape itself thr...
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