Thursday, August 12, 2010

Baby Boomers: Prevent Mental Decline With The Flexbrain Method

Baby Boomers:

Ever see anyone who's mental abilities are fading? Maybe it's a parent or an older relative. Activities such as following driving directions or a recipe, or balancing a checkbook require someone's help.

It may begin with short term memory loss. But then understanding concepts becomes difficult.

And no matter who this person is (or was), he or she experiences frustration, anger, and stress. And that's because he or she knows simple mental abilities are slipping away.

Can You Spare 5 Minutes Per Day To Prevent Mental Decline?
Sure you can. And if you want to make sure you never find yourself losing your mental abilities, you will spend 5 minutes daily doing simple brain exercises.

Are these exercises difficult? Tell you what - is it tough to brush your teeth with your left hand if you're righ-handed? That's about the level of difficulty you'll experience to prevent mental decline.

Another example - can you start your car blind-folded?

Can you do simple word problems? Oranges cost $0.50 per pound. If you buy 5 pounds, how much will you spend? If you can shop, you can do these exercises.

The Flexbrain Method
The FlexBrain Method will show you how to do these exercises in a few minutes every day.

According to its authors,
It is a thoroughly interactive, “brains-on” audio program designed to substantially improve your brain functioning right now and to keep your brain on an upward track of growth, expansion, and strength for the rest of your life.

Can You Squeeze Mental Conditioning Into Your Busy Schedule?
Try this question - Can you afford to disregard how to prevent mental decline?

Don't wait too long to consider the seriousness of this discussion of mental functioning - you may forget about it. And then it might be too late!

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