Social interaction with the way we act with other people. It’s also a pillar of brain health. The area of research that studies our interactions is Social Psychology.
When you think of brain health many people can forget how important their fellow humans are. Science is showing us that we need to be around others. Not that you need to be a rambunctious extrovert, but your mental and physical health benefits greatly by having close personal connections.
Friends, family, and colleagues are also important support systems. They help us live, laugh, love, and learn. Our experiences are usually more rich by having others to share it with, and the pain we feel during defeat can be lessened.
So come find out how to enrich your interactions with fellow humans.