7 Keys To A Powerful, Age-Resistant Brain
Do you worry about how you’ll reach old age? Nobody really wants to get old, we’d prefer to stay in our twenties for as long as we can, but we can’t. At least not yet. As we age we go through many changes, each different for each person. Forgetfulness, stiff limbs, poor eyesight, hearing loss, if only we had ways to combat this.
Well we do. You don’t need to freak out over all the deterioration that’s coming your way, you can do something about it. Exercise is clearly the best thing for you body, and eating the right food is essential also, but for this post, I want to point out the 7 best ways to keep your mind healthy. Thankfully I have Huffington Post to help me:
Living in a smoggy city might be bad news for your brain. According to research published this earlier this year in the journal Stroke, exposure to air pollution is linked with premature aging of the brain.
The researchers found that people who lived closer to a major highway had greater markers of pollution in their lungs and blood, which increased their risk for a form of brain damage known as “silent strokes,” or symptomless strokes. Increased pollution volume was also linked to decreased brain volume — a major sign of aging.
The country life is a healthy life. But what else? Not all of us can set sail for the middle of nowhere, so how do we keep ourselves mentally adept? Check out the full post for the other tips, they’re sure to help.
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About Sam Brinson Sam is a writer living in Uruguay. Sam follows the latest in aging break throughs.