The Only Memory Improvement Book You'll Ever Need: The Brain Games, Puzzles, and Know-How You Need to Keep Your Mind Sharp

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The workout every brain needs!

Studies show we only use a small percentage of our brain, but this interactive book helps you unlock its full potential. Inside, you'll find more than 250 fun memory puzzles that help you stimulate your mind and increase your mental fitness. From simple word exercises to more complex challenges, each memory game tests your brain as you race against the clock to figure out a solution. Broken down into fifteen quick...

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Overview

The workout every brain needs!

Studies show we only use a small percentage of our brain, but this interactive book helps you unlock its full potential. Inside, you'll find more than 250 fun memory puzzles that help you stimulate your mind and increase your mental fitness. From simple word exercises to more complex challenges, each memory game tests your brain as you race against the clock to figure out a solution. Broken down into fifteen quick chapters, this book also helps you record your results and track your progress along the way.

Complete with information on the brain and practical tips for keeping it healthy, The Only Memory Improvement Book You'll Ever Need helps you boost your brainpower, improve concentration, and prevent future loss of memory.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440565649
  • Publisher: Adams Media
  • Publication date: 7/18/2013
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 376,371

Meet the Author

Charles Timmerman is the founder of Funster.com, a word game website that was selected as a Yahoo! Pick of the Year, and the author of many Everything puzzle books.

Rudolph C. Hatfield, PhD, is a neuropsychologist, educator, and the author of The Everything Guide to the Human Brain. He served as staff neuropsychologist for the University of Michigan and the Center for Neuropsychology, Learning, and Development.

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