A “Cognitive Aging” report looked at the brain and normal aging challenges. The finding, issued for the Institute of Medicine, a branch of the National Academy of Sciences, notes that brain health benefits from some of the same habits of exercise and diet that keep the rest of the body healthy. iom.edu\cognitiveaging
It’s pretty simple: fatty acids from salmon can hold off cognitive decline…adequate sleep…lower stress…social ties…lifelong learning help counteract cognitive decline.
Unhealthy diet, stress, loneliness, local of exercise and poor sleep can make cognitive aging much worse, affecting a person’s independence and creating a major financial impact on society.