Oct 20, 2014-- Researchers believe that your brain performance peaks in your 50's and then begins decreasing. The good news is that the brain is highly adaptable. Repetitive brain exercises practiced both early and later in life keeps the brain strong and helps it combat the reduced memory, thinking speed, problem solving, and reasoning that can set in later in life. Read on to learn about seven easy, scientifically proven, results-oriented brain exercises that will help keep your brain healthy today and tomorrow. (159016 reads)
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