Keeping Busy May Also Keep Dementia at Bay by Improving Cognitive Skills

Keeping Busy May Also Keep Dementia at Bay by Improving Cognitive Skills
A somewhat hectic schedule might protect a person from cognitive decline, a study from the University of Texas at Dallas reported. Busy people had better processing speed, working memory, episodic memory, and reasoning and language skills independent of age and education, indicating that a busy lifestyle might boost neuronal connections. Busy lifestyles — a hallmark of our time — are frequently associated with negative health outcomes, but few studies have looked into the relationship between keeping busy and cognitive health. The study,"The Busier the Better: Greater Busyness Is Associated with Better Cognition
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