Get a HOBBY, Stay ENGAGED, Keep LEARNING – OR ELSE!
Here are some fun facts for you … researchers have found that people who engage in artistic hobbies such as painting, drawing, or sculpture in both middle and old age were 73 percent less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment than those who didn’t. Those who crafted, doing things like pottery, woodworking, quilting, or sewing, were 45 percent less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment.
So you wanna keep your brain working as the clock starts ticking against us? Use it!
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