Puzzles - Why are they so good for brain function?

Do you know that puzzles improve your memory? Solving puzzles help reinforce existing connections between our brain cells.

Jig saw puzzles are especially good for improving short-term memory. Our short-term memory help us remember shapes and colors and visualize the bigger picture to figure out which pieces will fit together.

Puzzles exercises your brain in a number of ways, helping to make you healthier and happier.

The benefits include hand to eye co-ordination as you look for pieces to match into the picture you are creating for a completed puzzle. The more you do puzzles the better you get. It is like any form of training.

There is also no age limit to the benefits either. You are never be too old or too young to embrace the fun, value and power of completing them. This is why we are seeing them more and more at home and at work. They are a wonderful tool for entertainment as well as education and health.

Doing a puzzle alone can be equally as valuable as doing it in a group for through the process you can think and learn and work through things in your mind.

Best of all about puzzles are 100% safe! You don’t need a prescription, no doctor visit. All you need is a table, some time and a desire to compete a beautiful picture.

The key though is to do another and another, getting better each time. The more puzzles you do the better!

Buy a puzzle and enjoy the fun!

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