Want to stay cognitively healthy into old age? A new study examined over 2000 older adults (age 65+), and studied the relationship between voluntary lifestyle factors and cognitive function.
Lifestyle factors associated with better cognitive function in old age included:
- A healthy diet
- More physical activity
- Socially and mentally stimulating activities
- Light to moderate alcohol consumption
Using Cambridge Brain Sciences over months and years can help you measure results like these for yourself. Log your exercise, sleep, and stress as lifestyle factors, and take a challenge to get an idea of how they relate to your cognition.