Brain Teaser: Three Kids Are In The Picture, But They Don't All Belong To The Couple
September 14, 2019 03:13
Puzzles and riddles are beneficial for your health. Sounds great, but how is it possible? Turns out that when we train our brain, it helps improve our health and well-being. Keeping your mind busy improves deep connections in your brain and can prevent some mental conditions, including dementia.
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Moreover, hundreds of articles have mentioned that keeping the brain active, including doing puzzles and learning something new, can help ward off Alzheimer's or slow it in a person who already has a condition.