Onderzoek wijst uit: cognitieve activiteit (zoals puzzelen) stelt de effecten van dementie en alzheimer uit

In healthy people, more frequent cognitive activity is related to delayed and slower cognitive decline. Even if Alzheimer’s pathology is devel­oping in the brain, the symptoms will not show until later. Dementia onset is thus postponed. Whether pathology is present in the brain or not, engaging in cognitive activity contributes to delay a decline that other wise would occur.

Zie hier het hele artikel op Sharpbrains.com
(Are mentally-stimulating activities good or bad for the brain)

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