It’s National Puzzle Month! 🧩🤯
Starting our year right with a balanced and holistic health is always the best way to go. We don’t just focus on our physical health, but also make it a point to work on our social and mental well-being. Puzzles are definitely an awesome way to keep those brains active! 🧠
Who doesn’t love a good puzzle? 📢📣 Listen in as Claire shares some of her favourite ones. Feel free to share yours too! 🤩
Just a few minutes were enough to take her Leg Pain away with ANF Therapy.
It definitely works! 🤩🙌
🧩🧩🧩 Crosswords, jigsaw puzzles, chess and other problem-solving and memory games that stimulate your brain aren’t just for fun – they bring about lasting benefits. A 2014 study found that brain exercises helped adults maintain reasoning skills and cognitive speed.
Working at brain-challenging exercises won’t reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease or other kinds of dementia, nor will it reduce progression rates of these diseases, but they do provide significant benefits and can make your life better.
🧠 Here’s sharing some of those benefits ⬅️🙌🏻
“We have a physical body we really need to take care of, but we can’t forget our mental body as well.“
Holistic health includes not just good nutrition, but also a balanced way of living which includes our mental, spiritual, and physical health. 🙏
📍 This week, as we focus on mental health, we have to always keep our minds active by seeking out learning opportunities and problem-solving practices that challenge our brains. Puzzles can undoubtedly help us with that! 🧩🧠🦾
🧠 Your brain is indeed an incredible and vital part of your body. It comes up with creative ways to express your thoughts and emotions, coordinates movements, stores precious childhood memories, and even solves our all-time-favourite puzzles.
Try new things every now and then. Keep your brain as healthy as possible throughout your lifetime – never take its powers for granted! 🦾🥸