Dementia is one of the most terrifying conditions seniors face.
Not being in full control of your faculties…
Not knowing the faces of your own children…
And even being unable to make new memories.
But what if there was an easy way you could SLASH your risk of dementia?
Not only that, what if it was actually FUN?
Today, I’m going to show you a weird trick that’ll keep dementia OFF your list of worries…
An artist at heart – and in the mind
You may already know that studies have proven games like crossword puzzles and Sudoku can stave off dementia.
Both force you to rely on your memory and make connections in order to solve puzzles.
Certainly keep them in your anti-dementia routine (they’re fun, anyway)!
But a new study shows an even BETTER enjoyable activity to try…
In a series of studies, researchers found NOTHING worked better than drawing at enhancing memory in older adults.
See, as you age, your typical memory-related brain structures begin to deteriorate.
But the parts of your brain involved with images and pictures remain relatively intact.
Unlike the brain games mentioned earlier, drawing allows you to create NEW memories.
Even better: your drawing ability doesn’t matter.
Even if you can’t draw a straight line with a ruler, you can improve your memory…
No drugs required!
All you’ll need are just a paper and pencil – which you already have if your puzzles are handy.