Brain Exercises to Stay Sharp

Technological devices created to store essentially all relative pieces of information in our lives is certainly handy, but nothing compares to the storage power of the human brain. Thinking about the brain's memory capacity in more relatable terms, it would hold approximately 3 million hours of your favorite TV show. That would take 300 years worth of 24-hour days to get through, by the way.

Yet, just as any once-sharp device, the brain can begin to dim in memory and learning during the aging process if left unchallenged. Even a few minutes a day can help slow down the degenerative process and keep you completing Sudoku puzzles before your friends. You work out your body; it only makes sense to work out your mind. These videos will get the wheels in motion to unlock the potential of the brain.

Written by Curiosity Staff May 27, 2014

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