28, February, 2018
Many people often complain about having a busy schedule, but research finds that it’s mentally stimulating to be preoccupied with different activities. While being busy doesn’t boost intelligence, being and staying engaged is proven to be beneficial for cognition.
Adults who are more active mentally, physically, and socially are likely to be less susceptible to dementia and have better brain function in later life. Studies have also found that busier adults tested better in recalling memories, information processing, reasoning, and vocabulary.
To learn more, read the article: https://www.everydayhealth.com/senior-health/keep-busy-stay-sharp/