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What are the best ways to preserve cognitive fitness with ageing?

What are the best ways to preserve cognitive fitness with ageing?

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By Subash Chapagain on Sep 19, 2020

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Physical activity

by Juran K. on Sep 19, 2020

Subash Chapagain a month ago
True. Physical activities are found to directly bring positive mood alterations in the short-run (by inducing serotonin signalling pathways) as well as help remodel the brain's circuitry in the long run.

Cognitive activities

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Sep 21, 2020

Mindful exercises

by Shubhankar Kulkarni on Sep 21, 2020

Using combinatorial techhniques

by Subash Chapagain on Sep 22, 2020

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