Jason Scotts

Exercise For The Brain: 70 Neurobic Exercises To Increase Mental Fitness & Prevent Memory Loss

If you are interested in learning the best ways possible to improve mental health then you need a copy of “Exercises For The Brain & Memory : 70 Neurobic Exercises & Fun Puzzles To Increase Mental Fitness & Boost Your Brain Juice Today.”This text is written in a fashion that is easy to understand and the author himself has used quite a number of the techniques outlined in the text to his own benefit. As more and more persons seek better ways to retain and improve their memory this text is well timed. It gives the reader the solutions that they need to get started on the path to having a fantastic memory. Just as the body needs physical exercises in order to function correctly, the brain needs to be exercised as well to prevent it from becoming sluggish. In addition, you've probably heard the saying that as you get older, you starting becoming more forgetful and your brain just doesn't function as well as it used to in your prime. Well, that eventuality can be slowed down in a fun way that most people enjoy which is figuring out or solving puzzles. It comes with crossword puzzles to help enhance further your brain and memory.
90 printed pages
Original publication
2014

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Quotes

    Kirahas quoted5 years ago
    Dehydration or lack of water causes fatigue and diminishes our ability to focus and concentrate.
    Miloshas quoted2 years ago
    Water is the key to life. A baby in the womb is 90% water. After birth it is 80% water. As an adult we are 70% water. In old age water drops to 60%, then to 50% in death. Our brains are 75% to 90% water. As you can clearly see water is critical. The oxygen in water travels to every cell in our body. Dehydration or lack of water causes fatigue and diminishes our ability to focus and concentrate.
    b9956954901has quoted2 years ago
    These synapses are responsible for controlling muscles that are usually strengthened through weights and training, but through neurobic exercises even greater health and control can be imposed on these muscles simply by improving the brain itself.

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