As humans, we’re designed for social interaction. You might think you’re just laughing and talking, but your brain is actually hard at work laying down new pathways.
Science has shown that socialising is critical for good brain health and social isolation is toxic for it.
So today I discuss:
Maintaining a healthy brain during your life is your most important goal for your health and happiness now and longevity going forward. If you don’t look after your brain now, you put yourself at higher risk for developing brain diseases that cause dementia. To help you get started, I share 5 lifestyle practices to preserve optimal brain, mental and cognitive function and avoid diseases that will affect your normal brain function and behaviour later in life.