Brain Exercise in the Winter


Taking part in an activity that is fun and thought provoking can improve a senior’s quality of life. Many studies support the connection between lifestyle and dementia risk- finding that following a brain-healthy lifestyle and performing regular brain exercises can also increase a brain’s cognitive resources.

In the colder days of winter getting some good mental stimulation can often mean indoor activity- and that means for many crossword puzzles, word searches, or adult coloring. Solid research supports that doing these activities helps in many ways including:

  • Prevent Dementia
  • Improve Verbal Skills
  • Practice Solving Problems
  • Identifying Patterns

You can find free printouts online or even books at your local grocery store. If the senior in your life loves a good brain challenge, engage with them in one or more of these activities!

To learn more about active brain activity for seniors or to find out more information about our Atlanta assisted living and memory care services in the Tucker, Georgia area, contact us here or call 770-938-5600!