There’s nothing interesting about social isolation.
It’s neither fun nor healthy.
Various studies found that regularly engaging with other people can help you retain your cognitive function for longer into old age. The researchers stated the following as ways you can retain your cognitive function:
- Making friends or friendships
- Living an active social life
- Belonging to a social community
- Taking part in new activities
According to a large study carried out at the disease research center of Emory University’s Alzheimer’s, adults who engage in social activities regularly enjoy improved:
According to another 4-year study by the university, participating in physical activities such as visiting museums and playing games have a great impact on adults and seniors. The study researchers established that adults who were socially active had a 47% less risk of developing Alzheimer’s than their antisocial adult counterparts.