The process of ageing is characterized by older cells dying, at a faster rate than the creation of new cells. The same holds true for activities that add to our lifelong experience. As we age, it seems that older activities ‘die off’ quicker than new activities are ‘created’.
When we were youngsters, we tried everything, or almost everything. The ‘almost everything’ was remedied by peer pressure, mostly from our friends: “oh, c’mon…just try it! it’s fun!”. Risks were fun!? Continue reading “Anti-Age Your Brain”