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AARP The clinical American fit getting older mind taps into the most up-tp-date study to offer a pragmatic and inspiring view of the well-aged mind, a sobering examine what can pass wrong----and at what may also help you and your mind remain fit longer. Neurologists and psychologists have found the getting older mind is way extra elastic and supple than formerly notion, and that happiness truly raises with age. whereas our temporary reminiscence will not be what it was once, dementia isn't inevitable. faraway from disintegrating, the elder mind can proceed to strengthen and adapt in lots of methods and remain sharp because it a while.
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Sexual activity increases blood flow, pulse rate, and respiration. In short, it is a cardio workout that bathes your brain in oxygen. Relaxes it. Relieves stress and depression, which are connected with greater dementia risks. Eases pain, which contributes to stress and depression. Quiets your anxiety-ridden amygdala, the part of your brain that activates the fight-or-flight response. In fact, it has to tune way down for you to have an orgasm. Renews it. Orgasm may prompt the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus of your aging brain, according to animal studies.
It’s going to take some work and perhaps self-discipline, two items some retirees tend to think they shed along with their jobs. Research is showing that dementia, depression, and delusions are not normal parts of aging. Rather, they are diseases that in some cases can be averted or treated. Yes, your aging brain will slow and lose some of its edge, but it will still be able to serve you quite well. The elder brain remains plastic—able to learn new things and create new networks and memories. And the older brain is the happier brain: less prone to react in anger, more likely to recall pleasant memories than the negative past.
It Could Make You Happier Attitudes Matter: The Optimism Factor PART FOUR: The Future for Your Brain CHAPTER TWELVE: Predictions, Promises, and Possibilities A Fix to Reverse Memory Decline Are You Saving for Those Final Years? , and Scientific American, a division of Nature America, Inc. All rights reserved. com Front cover artwork © Photolibrary. com. com/go/permissions. The contents of this work are intended to further general scientific research, understanding, and discussion only and are not intended and should not be relied upon as recommending or promoting a specific method, diagnosis, or treatment by physicians for any particular patient.