BINGO BOOSTS BRAIN CELLS
Keeping the brain mentally active is thought to help maintain mental alertness. Bingo players have been found to be faster and more accurate in tests than non-bingo players, and mental agility is believed to stave off depression and degenerative brain disease.
FOCUS YOUR MIND ON A HOBBY
Our brains naturally start slowing down at the age of 30. However, new studies show that people of any age can train their brains to be faster and, in effect, younger. Experts say that any hobby that closely engages your focus and is strongly rewarding will kick your brain into learning mode and notch it up.