Keep Your Brain Stronger for Longer: 201 Brain Exercises for People with Mild Cognitive Impairment
According to research by the Mayo Clinic, about 7 percent of adults between ages 70 and 89 develop Mild Cognitive Impairment every year. Characterized by memory loss and decreased ability to learn, MCI is a strong predictor of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. But it is never too late—or too early—to take action against cognitive decline—including exercising the brain to keep it stronger for longer. Now Dr. Tonia Vojtkofsky, a sought-after specialist on MCI and Alzheimer's, presents 201 word and number exercises optimized for people with MCI—challenging, but still do-able:
- Complete-the-word puzzles and searches
- Logic problems and sequencing puzzles
- Discover-the-pattern exercises, and much more.
No. of Pages,