Mind Games: Over 150 Puzzles to Boost Your Memory and Train Your Brain (Paperback)Alzheimer's Society (author)
Both an engaging collection of taxing puzzles and a practical guide to reduce the risk of dementia, Mind Games features over 150 brainteasers courtesy of the Alzheimer's Society.
'Not just good for you. Hugely challenging and hugely enjoyable'- Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2
Solve over 150 mind-bending puzzles - and boost your brain health at the same time!
Challenge your memory, test your logic and sharpen your focus with brilliantly fun pictures, words, numbers puzzles. With regular practice, puzzles may help to improve brain function and prevent age-related cognitive decline. Mind Games offers a workout for a wide range of brain functions. Featuring over 150 puzzles of varying difficulty, this book aims to target different areas of the brain and improve cognition. This book includes a 7-day programme, plus practical tips and advice to keep your mind active and engaged.
But Mind Games is more than just a collection of puzzles - this book will help you to create new habits to keep your grey matter active and healthy. Here, Dr. Tim Beanland, Head of Knowledge at Alzheimer's Society, provides expert insights into the science of brain health and the benefits of regular mental exercise.
Whether you're looking to improve your memory, sharpen your focus, or reduce your risk of dementia, Mind Games will help you achieve your goals. With its comprehensive range of puzzles and expert guidance, this book is the ultimate resource to improve your brain health and enhance mental agility.
Part of the proceeds of sale of this publication (estimated to be an amount of no less than £50,000) will be paid to Alzheimer's Trading Limited (a registered charity, charity number 296645). Alzheimer's Trading Limited pays all of its taxable profits through 'gift aid' to Alzheimer's Society.
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 409 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 24 mm
'brilliant book, featuring over 150 puzzles and a seven-day brain workout program. It's bursting with expert insights and research about the benefits of a regular mental workout' - Sunday Mirror
'Great fun' - Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2
Not just good for you. Hugely challenging and hugely enjoyable - Jeremy Vine
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