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83 Neurobic Exercises to Help Prevent Memory Loss & Increase Mental Fitness Over 40? Getting forgetful? Having trouble learning new things, or remembering that actress's name without reaching for your smartphone? Neurobics is a unique brain exercise program that can be done anywhere, anytime. Based on the latest neuroscience, these deceptively simple exercises stimulate brain nutrients to help new brain cells grow. The key to keeping your brain strong and healthy is to break routines in unexpected ways.

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Over 40? Getting forgetful? Having trouble learning new things, or remembering that actress's name without reaching for your smartphone? Neurobics is a unique brain exercise program that can be done anywhere, anytime. Based on the latest neuroscience, these deceptively simple exercises stimulate brain nutrients to help new brain cells grow. The key to keeping your brain strong and healthy is to break routines in unexpected ways.

Nothing so easily stimulates the brain as breaking routines and using the five senses in new and unexpected ways. So if you're right-handed, wake up tomorrow and brush your teeth with your left hand. Or close your eyes before you get in the car and insert the key into the ignition. Every time you open a new circuit in your brain, it's like doing a round of mental sit-ups.

'Keep Your Brain Alive is repackaged in a trim, tote-able format that makes it an ideal gift. Offbeat, fun, and easy, these 83 exercises will result in a mind fit to meet any challenge - whether remembering a name, learning a new app, or staying creative in your work.

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