Cognitive Decline: Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent


Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent Cognitive Decline

Age has a vital role in human life. You get older; the functions of your brain changes, and you get issues like thinking, memory, or judgment. People can forget a thing, lose the thread of conversation, or feel overwhelmed by deciding if they have mild cognitive decline. The stage between age-related cognitive decline and dementia is mild cognitive impairment. More than sixteen million people in the United States have mild cognitive impairment, which is the report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent Cognitive Decline
Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent Cognitive Decline

Food And Drug Administration

The Food and Drug Administration has not approved any treatments for people living with mild cognitive impairment. The physical activities and intellectual stimulation can have positive effects on the brain, which can control the cognitive impairment. Researchers are trying their level best to find a solution that can prevent cognitive decline.

Stimulating Activities Promote Brain Health

The AAN (American Academy of Neurology) found a new study that can reduce the risk of mild impairment is by using a computer, crafting, playing games, and participating in social activities. As per the report of the AAN, people using a computer after the middle-age are relatively in good condition than the people who are not using it.

 The result shows that using a computer in the middle age and later can lower the risk of impairment by thirty-seven percent. Playing cards, doing crosswords, or engaging in social works can help people to reduce the risk of mild to twenty percent. Forty-two percent of the risk of cognitive impairment can be prevented by doing craft activities.

Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent Cognitive Decline
Computer Use In Midlife May Prevent Cognitive Decline

More Mental Activities, The Better Result

People who took part in two or three activities can reduce the risk of impairment to 45% than those who did not do any activities. Fifty-six percent of the risk can be reduced by taking part in four to five events. This study shows that businesses can lower the rate of developing impairment. Still, the people having a mild impairment can take part in the activities, and if not, what are the remedies.

Cognitive Disease: Conclusion

People, above sixty years of age that are after their retirement from work, have to do many activities to keep them physically fit. Sitting idle in your home can make you feel bore and weak and resulting in all mental diseases. You can join a part-time job after your retirement or join a society to do some creative work, which helps you to keep your mind busy and can reduce your stress.

 You can stay away from mild impairment by keeping yourself fit and mentally healthy. As per the report of the researchers, it can be possible to reduce impairment, but there is no treatment for those who are already having the disease. The important thing is to keep away from the disease rather than doing physical and mental activities after having cognitive impairment. Be careful after the age of sixty, and enjoy the rest of your life freely.

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