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The researchers analysed the lifestyles of more than 500,000 Britons aged between 37 and 73 over five years, during which they took intelligence and memory tests.

The 93,000 people who drove more than two to three hours a day typically had lower brainpower at the start of the study, which kept on declining throughout, at a faster rate than those who did little or no driving.

A similar result was also found for those watching TV for more than three hours a day, who also had lower average brainpower at the start of the study which fell faster over the next five years.

“Cognitive decline is measurable over five years because it can happen fast in middle-aged and older people. This is associated with lifestyle factors such as smoking and bad diet — and now with time spent driving,” Mr Bakrania told the paper.

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it's true , perosnly my brian not works like before due worrying about road safety and pax safety ! and my safety ! also worry about not make much money ! it's so true i used to be smarter when was not on the road ! i feel like i'm lady who walk around to find little money ! i think uber so stress full same as casino witch i have PHD in it ! so sad time to find other job ! i didn't read the article but i will later !
 

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I think its all about habits while you drive. You can listen new audio book each week or just mindlessly waste time on youtube or netflix like me
 

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it's true , perosnly my brian not works like before due worrying about road safety and pax safety ! and my safety ! also worry about not make much money ! it's so true i used to be smarter when was not on the road ! i feel like i'm lady who walk around to find little money ! i think uber so stress full same as casino witch i have PHD in it ! so sad time to find other job ! i didn't read the article but i will later !
I agree. If you read Fatdriverbmw2018 posts from most recent going back, they make more sense and have less grammar and spelling errors.
 
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