Having a good listener improves your brain health - Deepstash
Good Social Support Enhances Brain-health.

Supportive social interactions in adulthood are important for your ability to stave off cognitive decline despite brain aging or neuropathological changes , a new study finds.

Researchers observed that simply having someone available most or all of the time whom you can count on to listen to you when you need to talk is associated with greater cognitive resilience—a measure of your brain 's ability to function better, which many neurologists believe can be boosted by engaging in mentally stimulating activities, physical exercise, and positive social interactions.

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