Smart for Life: How to Improve Your Brain Power at Any Age
The author believes that the brain can be exercised, just like a muscle. Here he shatters old myths about brain power to show us how we can bring our mental abilities to their peak performance--through a daily regiment of simple exercises to stimulate memory, flex spatial abilities, and improve reasoning abilities.
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Improving Your Brains Memory
Your Logical Brain
Creating a Creative Brain
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