Weird Game Reduces Dementia Risk 30%?!? (Try It Today!)
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably tried it all to keep your brain young — Sudoku, crossword puzzles and even Rubik’s cubes, just to name a few.
And even though you stick with it… doing some sort of “brain exercise” every single day… you can still feel your memory slipping away.
But that could all be about to change.
Because researchers from the University of South Florida have just discovered a dead-simple way to stop dementia.
And it’s all thanks to an unusual computer game.
It’s called Double Decision. In this highly developed “speed-training” game, the player has to stay focused on a central object while the rest of the screen is flooded with distractions.
Scientists created the game intentionally to help keep your brain sharp by maintaining its activity levels — one of the keys to stopping dementia.
And it REALLY works!
In a recent study, researchers followed the progress of more than 2,800 senior adults across the U.S. for 10 years.
All participants were playing Double Decision as often as they chose to and had their cognitive functions tested at the beginning, middle and end of the trial.
At the end, the scientists (and participants alike) were truly shocked by the results… playing this game on a regular basis can drop your risk of dementia by a whopping 30%!
Even better? The more you play, the less at risk of developing memory problems you are.
So if you’re interested in keeping your brain razor-sharp, put down that pencil and head on over to your computer.
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