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Researchers from the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA) studied
197 men and women, ages 70 to 89 years, with mild cognitive impairment,
or diagnosed memory loss, and 1,124 people that age with no memory
problems. Both groups were surveyed as to their daily activities within
the past year and in middle age, when they were between 50 to 65 years
old. The team report that during later years, reading books, playing
games, participating in computer activities and doing craft activities
such as pottery or quilting led to a 30 to 50% decrease in the risk of
developing memory loss(as compared to people who did not engage in
Albert Einstein College of Medicine (New York, USA)
researchers studied 488 cognitively healthy men and women, following
their habits in engaging in cognitively stimulating leisure activities
and charting the onset of accelerated memory decline. The team found
that for each additional activity day spent reading, writing, doing
crossword puzzles, playing board or card games, engaging in group
discussions, or playing a musical instrument, older individuals who
eventually developed dementia delayed the onset of accelerated memory
decline by more than two months.
Engage in mentally stimulating activities. Crafting, reading books, playing board games, doing a crossword puzzle or Sudoku, and surfing the Internet are not only fun ways to learn new things, but may help protect against future memory loss as well.
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