Old age and Socialization
Old age people involved in social activities have better mental health and well being as per a research conducted at Rush University Medical Center. Results showed that persons who reported high level of social activity were twice as likely to remain free of a disability involving activities of daily living than a person with a low level of social activity, and about 1.5 times as likely to remain free of disability involving instrumental activities of daily living or mobility. Socialization exercises, rejuvenates and connects brain cells protecting against old age mental problems.
After all, human beings are social animals!