Getting Pregnant Later In Life Can Significantly Help Boost Your Brain Power

Nov 10, 2016 at 9:15 am |

This is why some of us are indeed ‘mentally sharper’

I’ll be honest here that there are days in which I have a hard time getting my sh*t together, especially if I’m running around and trying to complete several different errands at once. Between work and my writing, taking care of the kids, their homework, after-school activities and making sure the house is still standing, I’m bound to forget something on my to-do list. Yet, I’m also the kind of person who distinctly remembers what I wore during a post-graduation party back in 2002 (and where I bought it, too) along with who my parents voted for in the 1988 election. I’m sure it has a lot to do with the dynamics between long term and short term memory, but one thing is for certain: I definitely remember things as much as I forget them.

That’s why plenty of moms are pretty surprised over a new study about the benefits of pregnancy and what it does for your memory. You’d be surprised to find out why age is such an important factor, too!


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There’s a new report that says having a baby after 35 helps prevent memory loss!

Here’s what you need to know!