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Study: Your partner's optimism can help keep your mind healthy

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 27-01-2021
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According to a recent study conducted by the researchers at the Michigan State University, those who have an optimistic outlook in life, tend to display healthier behaviours that are associated with a better cognitive function. As such, they may influence and encourage their partners to follow suit. In fact, this shift in mental gear can also benefit a person with their cognitive functions as they begin to age, the study reveals.

It is an established fact that mental health is dependent on a variety of factors, and what happens inside the mind eventually affects the rest of the body, too. As we begin to age, there is a natural decline in our cognitive abilities. But even otherwise, there are some lifestyle factors that can impact mental health, namely diet and physical activities (or lack thereof). Science says that people who have a positive outlook in life and are generally optimistic, eat healthy. They also try to stay more physically active and believe in preventive healthcare. These healthy behaviours can keep the brain healthy for the longest time, thereby reducing the risk of a cognitive decline.

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