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¡NIÑO MENSO! jugando Brain Training para Switch

A research performed by the University of Rochester showed that those who are playing action video games were able to process visual information faster that non-gamers by 30%. Through this study, researchers are already looking into using action games for rehabilitating visually-impaired patients. If action games could help in your mental processes, think about the effects of brain exercises, brain teasers, puzzles, board and card games. A skilled chess player and a university lecturer, Wetherhill underwent neurological exams getting normal results. But when his body was autopsied after his death, tests showed that he had developed advanced Alzheimer s disease. Apparently, the effects of disease were slowed down through playing chess and other brain exercises. Alzheimer s, dementia and aging have been found to decrease the amount of blood flow to the brain. These brain training games, on the other hand, are thought to rush blood into the brain and revitalize the brain cells. In turn, the revitalized cells help minimize the effects of Alzheimer s and dementia. Brain Training That Parents Could Use Brain training is no longer for baby boomers and elderly and helping them in their battle against ageing and memory loss. There are significant researches showing that brain training and fitness have significant and positive effects on children. In fact, manufacturers are creating games for children aged 4 until 7 years old. Begin staring at a particular point within eye level. Draw an imaginary figure of eight on the wall. Complete one full round of tracing then go back to your predetermined point. Execute the step again but this time around do it in reverse. The number to aim for is 10 making sure that each direction is covered per lap. They are also known to improve visual judgment, and generally improve mental capabilities slowed down by aging. Learning and changing Before, scientists thought that the brain s network is rigid and fixed, all because of aging. What we know today is that the brain can be molded and changed, even those in the elderly. 

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