Is It True That One's Intelligence Starts Coming Down After The Age Of 45?
That has been the accepted theory (although I think the age would be quite a bit younger than 45). HOWEVER - there is brand new brain research out that has discovered that exercise - both physical and mental can reverse this. That new brain cells are actually created - at any age!
I am 61 and I am just as stupid as I always was, so, I have not noticed any difference. :-)
I just heard an interview on NPR, 'Fresh Air', and they were talking about intelligence and old age. Apparently you do not lose brain cells the older you get nor do you lose intelligence. They think the mind learns to go on “auto-plot” and that is what makes us forgetful or appear less intelligent. In fact the older one gets the more critical the mind becomes (assuming one has had a healthy life). You should check the program out: The Surprising Strengths Of The Middle-Aged Brain
Someone said that it is popular consensus that the IQ begins to decline at age 45. It does not. read more
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