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Train Your Brain: 60 Days to a Better Brain Paperback – August 1, 2005
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We all age, and it is only natural that our brains age too. The good news is that mental decline is not inevitable. We can keep our bodies younger and healthier through regular exercise. The same is true for the brain if you exercise your brain, you can prevent your cerebral function from deteriorating.
Its never too early to begin building a better brain! It only takes a few minutes a day."
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I found this a great way to keep my brain from deteriorating as I age. It looks very simple but it worksPublished 6 months ago by F. L. Jerome
simple and great results. It is part of my treatment for my Neuro Occupational therapist.
It hard to disciple myself to do everyday.
Did not help at all I know my Times tables and have my own technique for rbering words. There needed to be morePublished 22 months ago by shelly shammah salem
It's difficult for me, especially for math, but i like seeing the 6 words to rememer by making a story with the words to help
Look at the handiwork of the brain, what happens to the brain when you hear and read, Don't mock calculations and more.Published on November 17, 2012 by topbook
I bought this book because I read somewhere that author (Dr. Ryuta Kawashima) was heading research studies that showed that your brain functions degrade slower if you ride a... Read morePublished on May 26, 2009 by Z. Kaufman