Brain Wellness

How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

Here are some simple things to practice to keep your mind well.

  1. Get Mental Stimulation
  2. Get Physical Exercise
  3. Improve Your Diet
  4. Improve Your Blood Pressure
  5. Improve Your Blood Sugar
  6. Improve Your Cholesteral
  7. Consider Low-Dose Aspirin
  8. Avoid Tobacco
  9. Don't Abuse Alcohol
  10. Care For Your Emotions
  11. Protect Your Head
  12. Build Social Networks

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5 Great Brain Teasers to Solve on Your Lunch Break

Rather than spending your lunch break scanning your social media feeds, try exercising your brain with these quick and effective games. In addition to finding a way to take your focus off work for a short period, these games provide brain stimulation and, over time, can help keep you sharp.

5 Mental Fitness Exercises for Teens

Teenagers are the perfect candidates for brain exercises — especially considering how many of them are glued to their phones. These short and fun games can help your teen’s growing brain work on spatial direction, concentration, strategy, and observation.