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27 July 2016

Train your brain

During many of your day-to-day tasks, your brain is on autopilot and not getting the exercise it should. This is not good for you. Research shows that people with mental agility tend to have lower rates of Alzheimer’s disease and age-related mental decline. Try doing neurobics (exercises that stimulate areas of the brain not used to working). These include brushing your teeth with your other hand, taking a new route to work or choosing your clothes based on sense of touch rather than sight.

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