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Computer use later in life may prevent cognitive decline
July 21, 2019

Researchers have found that using a computer, playing games, and participating in social activities may reduce the risk of mild cognitive impairment and loss of memory.

New research suggests that playing games, using a computer, and having a rich social life can keep mild cognitive impairment in check and does not allow the disease to further grow.

Our brains go through changes as we get older, and some people may experience issues with memory, thinking, or judgment.

The research further reveals that lifestyle choices such as physical exercise and intellectual stimulation have positive effects on the brain as stimulating activities promote brain health.