People who regularly played board games showed better memory, problem solving, thinking speed and general thinking ability & stay mentally sharp, a new study says. ..... Psychologists of University Of Edinburgh found in a study that those who regularly played non-digital games scored better on memory and thinking tests.
Results also suggested those who increased game-playing during their 70s were more likely to maintain certain thinking skills as they grew older. ..... The director of the university's Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology (CCACE) said: "We and others are narrowing down the sorts of activities that might help to keep people sharp in older age. ..... It'd be good to find out if some of these games are more potent than others.
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"We also point out that several other things are related to better cognitive ageing, such as being physically fit and not smoking."ðŸš .... â˜¢The study is published in The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences.
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