Puzzles can help the brain!
Scientific studies have proven that working with puzzles and other logic games helps improve reasoning, memory and logic. They promote a form of synergy between the left and right brain, termed by psychologists as a “full brain approach”. This can result in better memory, deeper learning and better recall. Puzzles appeal to our creative and logical minds, offering a full brain work out, especially for retirees who don’t have a daily work commitment.
Durdin & Forgie Family Funeral Directors recognises this and hope that by offering this Puzzle Book with up to six-month’s worth of fun brain exercises, we can actually help you improve your brain vibrancy as you get older. One of the biggest fears for us all as we get older is losing our mental sharpness, possibly developing dementia, Alzheimer’s or other mental illnesses – but by giving our brain a moderate workout on a frequent basis we can help hold off the onset of some of these issues.
Puzzles and games also instigate social interaction and communication. Doing puzzles together is a pleasurable experience for all participants helping to maintain social and communicative skills. Science has also shown that when a puzzle is finally completed there is a feeling of satisfaction and dopamine is released in the brain, as a kind of reward system for our efforts.
Durdin & Forgie Family Funeral Directors Puzzle Book One
Durdin & Forgie Family Funeral Directors Puzzle Book Two
Click on the cover you want, to download your FREE Durdin & Forgie Family Funeral Directors Puzzle Book. All the answers and solutions to puzzles and trivia are contained in the books, so test yourself by answering or completing one puzzle at a time then checking to see just how good you are. Good luck.