Lifelong Learning

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Lifelong learning and brain stimulation is the key to longevity health, happiness, and quality of life. Individuals learning different mental exercises with intellectual stimulations create social involvements and creative activities. With simplified advancements in learning, one of the most important elements is the combination of mental stimulation, social engaging, along with expression to choose the type of living that comes to the individual naturally. In the natural, people have different approaches to life with balancing and engaging in beneficial activities such as brain exercises.

Individuals can choose a host of opportunities in life. With regular mental stimulating active lives, they can involve themselves with socializing and enjoy different life experiences. Education can help with knowledge to balance different approaches in life. For example, doctors, and lawyers learn and balance different concepts in life with education. Stimulating the brain create expressions in the qualities in life that share equal advantages to longevity with engaging in learning, exercise, and physical activities. Groups of better educated individuals are more likely when older to be much wealthier and politically oriented in the community. Lifelong learning helps educated achievers become mentally focused achievers in life. When thinking of the future to come, we should consider the ability to choose with our free will when engaging in positive approaches to dozens of opportunities. Positive health and mental stimulation is how we choose in our personal lives. However, if we choose to proceed with education and learning, research suggests that you may live longer, age successfully, and also live well.

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Elderhostel, Inc.. (2007). Mental Stimulation and Lifelong Learning Activities in the 55+ Population. Retrieved from http://www.roadscholar.org/research/lifelonglearning/LifelongLearning55.pdf
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