Why is it so important to develop your brain after you reach adulthood?  There isn’t really a way to improve your IQ score once you reach a certain age and there is so much to do in your life now.  Why should you still put aside some time for brain development?  The answer is simple; so you will remain sharp witted, interesting and intellectually active when you grow old.  Too many seniors fall into despair when they are no longer able to work or contribute to society.  The result is a depressing situation where you end up just being there…quiet…old…and basically in the way.  Someone that lived for so many long years shouldn’t end up like this.  You have many years of experience to offer those around you, you have wisdom and you have expertise those only years of struggles and life can bring.  Don’t fall into the trap of growing quiet when you grow old.  The only way to keep your will and love for life so everyone will appreciate your company even as you grow weak is to keep your mind healthy and sharp with these 6 habits.

6 Habits That Will Keep Your Mind Sharp As You Grow Older

  1. Get passionate about politics

This probably comes as a huge surprise to you since most people are told to avoid politics since it can result in stress and a high blood pressure level.  But politics is excellent for intellectual health!  When you know what is happening in your world, around you and in your country you always have something to say to anyone that crosses your path.  When you are passionate about politics you will never grow quiet because a politics lover always has something to say.  If you want to start learning about politics then you can check out Mark Dubowitz’s Facebook profile.  The news here will give you a good idea of everything that is happening behind the scenes and of all of the major political issues that is trending right now.

  1. Drink 2l of water – every day!

Water is excellent for a healthy mind because it reduces toxins in the body, helps you stay young and improves your body’s ability to heal. Drink up so you can stay young and focused.

  1. Exercise regularly

Working out is excellent for maintaining good overall health and is also terrific for your mind.  Cardio workouts boosts blood flow to your brain which results in a much higher oxygen level in your mind.  This is excellent for clear thinking.

  1. Socialize

It is important to stay active and social.  Don’t grow quiet, don’t hold back.  Put yourself out there and be curious about life and people.

  1. Slow down

Modern technology is starting to overpower us.  There is just too much info going around and it all is too confusing and too much for your mind to deal with.  Set some time aside for yourself to just be yourself with no technological distractions.

  1. Don’t stop working

The biggest mistake that you can make when you retire is to stop working.  Boredom is a killer.  Stay active, work at a church, for charity, help out friends and keep working so your mind will also stay active.

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