Useful Tips for a Healthy Brain
A rich social network provides sources of support, reduces stress, combats depression and enhances intellectual stimulation. Studies have shown that those with the most social interaction within their community experience the slowest rate of memory decline. Happy marriages or longterm relationships and having a purpose in life have shown significant protective effects against age-related cognitive impairment.
Loneliness is Bad for Your Brain
Treasure Your Loved Ones
It can be exciting to form new friendships, but remember to cherish the friends you already have by spending time with them.