mental-exerciseMental exercise is the act of performing a mentally stimulating task that is considered beneficial to warding off Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. This practice is accepted by many cultures worldwide. Researchers have done studies finding that mental exercise, like reading and doing a puzzle, does not prevent Alzheimer’s, but rather delays the onset of the disease.

When mental exercise or stimulation occurs, specific actions in the brain take place as a result. Neurons (connect) with other neurons to form a network. Typically, people with more neural connections are expected to have a higher IQ than people with fewer neural connections.

Change your route to work or reorganize your desk — both will force your brain to wake up from habits and pay attention again. As we age, our attention span can decrease, making us more susceptible to.

To maintain a good memory, you need to train for it, which can be easier than you think. Listening to music is not only enjoyable, but by choosing a song you don’t know and memorizing the lyrics.

Our mind is like our body which require daily activity in order to perform more efficiently as in better ways, using simple methods like remembering telephone number with the name of the user and his habits can improve lot many things. Keep your brain busy and live happily.