Problem-Solving Games Help Reduce Risks Of Alzheimer's Disease. Can You Solve This Riddle About Glasses?
August 13, 2019 17:52
Did you know that problem-solving can pump your brain against Alzheimer's disease?
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Alzheimer’s disease is devastating, affecting over 45 million people worldwide. Even though there is still no cure, scholars have been releasing a plethora of ways helping people postpone or reduce risks of the disease and dementia as well.
A scientific study released in 2012 reported that the risk of Alzheimer’s disease can be successfully reduced in those who engage in brain-stimulating activities throughout a lifespan.
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Try to solve this brainteaser about glasses!
Here are 6 glasses standing on a table: the first three are filled with still water, the second three are totally empty. How to make all water-filled glasses and empty ones interchanged? Remember: you need to touch ONLY ONE glass to alternate all of them.
So, basically, full glasses should be uneven and empty ones — even.
In case you couldn't solve this riddle, it is totally alright. It has been a tough one, to be frank. Here is the answer:
To make all glasses interchanged between one another, you should take the second glass and pour water into the fifth. Voilà!
Such riddles or similar games are not solutions to cure but they do help to boost your memory, exercise cognitive thinking functions, and observation skills.
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