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Keep your brain engaged

Keep your brain engaged

  • Make Learning a Lifelong Pursuit. Trying new activities and building new skills throughout life may also help to reduce the risk of cognitive decline.
  • Retire a little later. A study suggested that working until age 67 or later may offer a buffer against age-related cognitive problems.
  • Focus on simple acts. Everyday activities like letter writing, reading, playing board games, mowing the lawn or doing laundry may be good for the brain, a 2021 study shows.
  • Hang out with friends.
  • Practising relaxation like meditation may help curb brain problems.


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