Keep strong friendships to improve your memory, says study
A new study says that having positive and trusting friendships may be the way to reduce memory related problems.
Having more satisfying, high-quality relationships help in creating memories. It also helps to slow down the cognitive decline.
The participants of the research were measured on six situations of psychological well-being such as self-freedom, positive relations with others, environmental mastery, personal growth, purpose in life and self-acceptance.
The study suggests a list of healthy choices like eating a balanced diet, not smoking, having close friends to delay the development of Alzheimer's disease.