Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mind Exercises

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Doing brain exercises, puzzles, or even just learning a new skill can all help prevent memory loss and Alzheimer's. Challenging your brain to do new things forms new synapses or connections in your brain, strengthening your memory. Anything from crossword puzzles to learning a new language can help keep you focused and engaged.

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I've just finished reading a pretty scientific article and want to share it with you. It highlights the importance of really focusing on taking care of your brain and not just your body. In the article, researchers uncovered an early disruption in the process of memory formation in people as they age who exhibit some early brain changes associated…

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Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders, Health Guide, commented on 2 Studies Illustrate Reasons to Keep…   Thanks for the tips, Dorian. I found the one about grandparents…

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Carol Bradley Bursack, Minding Our Elders, Health Guide, commented on Higher Levels of Education Continue to…   This is interesting information. Obviously many well educated…

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