Dementia: The ‘most immediate’ lifestyle habit that could cut your risk of mental decline

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Doctor MacSweeney also highlighted that social behaviour is also associated with healthy behaviour, and that since our society is built on layers of complex interactions, there are numerous ways in which one can prosper socially.

She explained: “If you are socialising, you are more likely to have a routine, socialising means many different things, including volunteering, visiting places of worship, going to the cinema, reading news and current affairs, and going to museums.

“There are many more peripheral activities involved when meeting up with someone, first of all, you have to prep and plan.

“Our brain is a muscle, and just like any other muscle in the body, if you don’t use it you lose it.”



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