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  1. I don't fully understand the question. The same activity and nothing else, or just degradation from repeated actions. The first one is answered, the second one is not answered, and repeated actions do not cause degradation, unless it is an activity that leads to alcoholism or drug addiction.

  2. I agree with the answer, but there is a nuance you ask the same thing, tighten the nut at the factory or let's say all my life to trade in the financial markets, too, like the same thing every day, but it will not degrade for many reasons, the markets are changing and what worked 5 years ago today is perceived with laughter and so on. In order not to fly into the tube, you will also have to develop willy – nilly, even on the subconscious. So it also depends on the kind of “same thing”

    If all the same the same thing, for example, accounting, and then some primary documentation, maybe even then not always.

  3. And not just the brain, really. From the point of view of the body, any repetitive activity goes through several stages. Simplified:

    1. Learning is when the brain and the body as a whole try different ways to do something. It can be push-ups, computer assembly, teaching the same material year after year, absolutely any activity.

    2. Optimization. We already know for sure that we can do this, now we are honing it. We develop the necessary minimum of movement, energy consumption and brain activity in order to achieve the goal.

    3. Specialization. When body functions (including the brain) that are not used begin to die off. We didn't solve trigonometric equations for 5 years – degradation, we need to learn how to do it again. Haven't squatted in a couple of years? If your muscles are weak, welcome to the beginning of training. Etc.�

    As a result, if the activity is monotonous, then indeed all unrelated areas are degraded. Try to do as many different things in life as possible to prevent this from happening:).

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