Playing board games may keep you sharp in older age


Playing board games may help elderly people keep their memories sharp.
1,091 participants were chosen, all of whom were born in 1939.
Participants’ general cognitive function was noted at the age of 11 and 70.
People who played more games in their later years were less likely to exhibit a decline in thinking skills.

According to research, chess, bingo, and other board games can be good for our thinking skills

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Resource The Journals of Gerontology

Resource The University of Edinburgh

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