As you become older, you could start to have trouble remembering things, learning new things, or thinking clearly. This isn’t always the result of a physical illness; it could also be the result of a stressful lifestyle. A sedentary lifestyle, using electronic devices excessively, and getting insufficient sleep are all contributing variables that harm cognitive health.
It is advocated that learning a new language and engaging in meditation practise are complementary strategies for halting cognitive deterioration. According to the magazine Discoverd.
There are many different types of meditation practises available in Indian tradition, including Transcendental Meditation as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Mindfulness Meditation as advocated by wise people like Thich Nhat Hanh, Pyramid Meditation as taught by Osho, Spiritual Meditation as practised in Christianity, Judaism, and Sufism, Mantra Meditation, Movement Meditation, and Focused Meditation. All one needs to get started is a skilled teacher or mentor who can impart the practise.
When we read for pleasure—not to learn or get knowledge, but to appreciate the numerous dimensions of comprehension, reasoning, and analysis without being stressed about it—the mind becomes calm and attentive. And maintain an active, supportive social life that is full of uplifting interactions.