In the fight for your health, your friends matter. Did you know that if you have a close friend who becomes obese, your chances of becoming obese jump by 57 percent? That’s according to a study that looked at people and their social networks over more than 30 years.
The same team of researchers—Nicholas A Christakis and James H. Fowler—also looked into the flip side of friendship. Could healthy behaviors rub off on a person’s social circle? According to their study in the New England Journal of Medicine, it can. For example, if a smoker’s friend quits smoking, it increases the smoker’s chances of quitting by 36 percent.
The pair of researchers eventually put their findings into a book called Connected exploring how behaviors spread among friends.
I think it’s a good reminder for all Warriors to think carefully about the friends you make because their habits could influence yours and vice versa. Here are five strategies to find like-minded people who care about brain health.
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