How to improve your mind

There are many ways to start taking advantage of the brain and memory-boosting benefits of socializing. Volunteer, join a club, make it a point to see friends more often, or reach out over the phone. And if a human isn’t handy, don’t overlook the value of a pet—especially the highly-social dog.

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There are countless brain-training apps and online programs that promise to boost memory, problem-solving, attention, and even IQ with daily practice. But do they really work? Increasingly, the evidence says no. While these brain-training programs may lead to short-term improvements in whatever task or specific game you’ve been practicing, they don’t appear to do anything to strengthen or improve overall intelligence, memory, or other cognitive abilities.

Humans are highly social animals. We’re not meant to survive, let alone thrive, in isolation. Relationships stimulate our brains—in fact, interacting with others may be the best kind of brain exercise.

Exercise regularly. Maintaining an exercise routine and a healthy diet is important for not just your physical health but for your mental health as well. Cardio activity releases a potent mix of hormones important to improving mood, relieving stress, and boosting concentration. A number of studies have connected exercise with improved cognitive function, including memory, attention, and the ability to move easily between different tasks.


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