Brain Games for Adults
As you can imagine, or know yourself, writing these articles gives me a chance to learn, and I also get a chance to meet new friends. Our Senior Fitness – SF – series has provided me with great opportunities to do just that and it’s a win/win for me as I learn about some awesome myth-busters while learning what to expect as I age. Tony is one of those people who subscribes to the theory of staying healthy and active and doesn’t listen to others about those myths. He keeps his body active and he also keeps his mind active with brain games for adults and shares with you some great articles on that subject.
Also note that Tony’s blog stats are an amazing 1,504,703 (currently, 1,901,074!) as I write this (8/17). He is a down-to-earth guy who also likes to share his knowledge and I think you’ll like Tony as much as I do. Here is an excellent article by him that provides a lot of information w/o the hassle of doing the searches yourself. I hope you find them useful. But Tony has much more to share, so don’t hesitate to browse Guys and Good Health !
Brain Games for seniors – What you need to know
As a senior citizen, 77 years old at this writing, I am very concerned about my physical and mental well-being as I age further. In addition, I have at least three cases of Alzheimer’s or dementia in my family on both sides. So, I consider myself very vulnerable.
Since starting this blog in 2010, I have done a lot of reading and writing on this subject. I thought it might be helpful to you if I put it all in one place – here.
Don’t forget to read his last article – Important facts…
Slogan on Tony’s Website: “One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Past 100 · Eat less; move more; live longer” – you don’t need much more than that!
You may also like to exercise your muscles as well…
As always, thank you for spending time with us today. Wishing you the BEST of health!