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      Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old is Your Brain?

      for DS

      Item Code: 134472

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      Description

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      Just like exercising regularly helps maintain our physical strength, we can keep our brain power from deteriorating by providing daily stimulation for our brain.

      How can you keep your brain healthy?

      Dr Ryuta Kawashima of Japan has developed exercises to help activate the largest regions of the brain and keep our brain healthy. These exercises are simple, quick and fun. Through his research he has found that simple calculations activate the brain more effectively than any other activity.

      Furthermore, Dr Kawashima's research indicates that the best way to activate the largest regions of the brain is to solve calculations quickly.

      These simple exercises to keep our brain young and healthy have been developed for the Nintendo DS. In Japan, this fun and challenging game has been a huge success. By completing a few simple and quick exercises everyday you will be on the road to a healthy brain, increased creativity, better memory and communication skills.

      Product Type DS Software
      EAN 0045496737122
      UPC 045496737122
      MPN 045496737122
      Packaged Weight 0.1 Kg
      Condition New
      Genre Puzzle
      Platform(s) DS

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