Research strongly suggests that regular, intellectually stimulating activity can slow cognitive decline and reduce the likelihood of dementia and/or Alzheimer’s Disease.
How To Strengthen Your Neural Pathways
Mounting evidence suggests we can have an impact on the probability of getting diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia by how we use our brain today. Examples of ways to build and strengthen neural pathways so they are less susceptible to disease include:
- Attending lectures
- Doing crossword puzzles
- Participating in discussion groups
- Reading the newspaper
- Playing a musical instrument
Active Minds provides programming to over 200 organizations and has over 30 highly qualified instructors on staff. John Henderson and Zane Robertson formed Active Minds out of a deeply felt belief that lifelong learning is central to a life well lived. Active Minds offers an array of free events, seminars and lectures for the whole community. Check them out and participate!