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Exercises to Boost Your Brain Power

Strengthen Your Mind with These Healthy Habits

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  • Anything to help keep healthy and the brain cells firing ,these articles are interesting thank you!
  • Great article! Thanks!
  • do new things to stay healthy and get better in body and mind. thanks for info
  • YMWONG22
    Thank you for the article. I think the word in #3 should be "nourish" not "nosh".
  • Thanks for the info, but some key words are missing in # 3 and 5 above.
  • That would be so nice to happen but I have a few friends that did crosswords, find a word, and several other exercises for the brain and they all suffer from Alzheimer's
  • Thank you for the information. I love these articles and this one particularly. My sweet Mom had Alzheimers as did my Grandmother. I have always been much more active than they were, but I'm also probably at high risk for the disease. I enjoy working out and love to add as much intensity to my workouts as possible. Of course, I would never assume that my fitness level would keep Alzheimers was developing, but what can it hurt to think that I am doing a bit to help my brain health? Exercise benefits the entire body and I intend on exercising for the rest of my life.
  • Words missing in article, important words. Please review.
  • My husband and I watch Jeopardy on TV almost every night, and we try to think of the right response ahead of each contestant. Some days we do well, and some days not so well, but it's always fun and a challenge.
  • THANKS FOR THE INFORMATIVE ARTICLE!
  • ADDIUMPILL
    I'm on day two of taking [url=http://www.addiumsupplement.info/]Add
    ium[/url]. I have plenty of energy but I can't concentrate on one thing at a time. I have a huge test to take in a few days and I'm still very easily distracted by small things. I'll start to read for maybe 20 minutes then I start getting completely of track and start cleaning or something. The energy I get from the product is great and it seems to be good for doing continuous​ motions.
  • PWEST12345
    5. De-stress regularly. Your brain can be negatively affected by stress, and studies performed at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital found that regular and practice can increase the size of the hippocampus.

    Was the error in 5. created on purpose?
  • KELLYFIT123
    I particularly like step aerobics because of how it challenges my brain. I have to listen for the cues AND make my body move in complex patterns. I love it!

    I wish I enjoyed crossword puzzles and the like, but I really don't. Maybe I should try them again.
  • There are a couple of places where there seems to be a word missing.

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