More Social Interaction Lowers Risk for Dementia

Social engagement and social contact are significantly associated with lower dementia risk, while loneliness is tied to higher risk. Pooled data from 32 studies showed strong social engagement and frequent social contact cut dementia risk by 19% and 14%, respectively. Loneliness increased risk 42%.

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