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2 Brain Training Games You Should Play Regularly To Improve Your Memory

Games are meant for entertainment and fun, which is why adults tend to play it during their free time. However, the case is different for children, as most of them prefers to sit all day and play games. Research has shown that some games are very beneficial to the brain, and playing them regularly may help boost your memory.


Brain games simply mean those types of games that requires thorough thinking and strategy to win. Adults and elderly people are advised to regularly play this games because they help to combat mental decline. In this article, I will be showing you two brain games that helps in memory improvement. 


1. Puzzles.



These are the types of games that involves solving puzzles which comes in form of problems. Some puzzles come in the form of numbers, boxes, or cards and the idea of the game is for the player to look the problem and come up with a solution. Puzzle games are very challenging, and many people find it difficult to win. Research has shown that playing this game helps to strengthen connections between brain cells. Furthermore, it also helps to improve spatial-reasoning, thus boosting your memory.


2. Chess.



This is one of the most popular games in the world. Chess is usually played on a chessboard by two players whose main aim is to eliminate the king of their opponent. But there's more to this game. Research has shown that playing chess regularly may help to protect the brain against dementia due to the amount of calculation, thinking, and memory that is used in the game.


Parents are advised to always play these brain games with their children because it helps to improve their thinking and reasoning skills, which will benefit them eventually. Brain games can also be played on mobile phones and laptops.


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Source: https://www.hhmglobal.com/knowledge-bank/news/5-main-benefits-of-brain-training-games.


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