Doing This Could Help You Grow New Brain Cells As An Adult
Much of our brain development takes place when we are young as we go through critical growth spurts at a rapid pace.
But what about once we age? It was once thought that a person loses continued brain development ability when they get older and cannot form new brain cells, but new research debunks this once common thought. In fact, our brain continues to repair and replace cells that are damaged as we get older, helping repair damage caused by neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. There are some key ways to support this brain cell regrowth and repair in adulthood, including diet and exercise changes. Check out Mind Body Green for the complete list.