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5 Tips to Keep Your Brain Engaged
Those who continue learning new things throughout life and challenging their brains are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, so make it a point to stay mentally active. In essence, you need to “use it or lose it.” Activities involving multiple tasks or requiring communication, interaction, and organization offer the greatest protection. Set aside time each day to stimulate and exercise your brain.
  1. Learn something new. Take a class, practice a musical instrument, read newspapers or books, or take up a new hobby.
  2. Practice memorization. Start with something short and easy and work toward longer and more difficult lists such as the 50 U.S. state capitals. Create rhymes and patterns to strengthen your memory connections.
  3. Enjoy strategy games, puzzles, and riddles. Brain teasers and strategy games provide a great mental workout and build your brain capacity.
  4. Practice “Who, What, Where, When, and Why.” Keep track of your daily experiences.
  5. Follow the road less traveled. Drive a different route to the store, eat with your non-dominant hand, change your daily routine.