Everyone personally knows a busy bee (if you don’t, it’s probably you). While busyness often carries a negative connotation, recent research suggests staying busy could benefit cognition.

A study published by Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience found keeping your brain engaged can boost skills like problem solving, language, perception, and planning later in life.

Moreover, cognitive decline can put our finances at risk. Retirees with even mild forms of cognitive impairment can struggle with financial decisions, opening themselves up to potential fraud, according to the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.

To better equip your clients for achieving long-term wellness, share this article on The Brainy Benefits of a Bustling Schedule.

Things to Consider:
  • We often fret over retirement, but rarely consider our capacity to manage our money once we get there.
  • Retirees with even minor forms of cognitive impairment can struggle with financial decisions.
  • Inspiring clients to look after their long-term brain health could strengthen your professional bond.