I positively intend to slow down the progression of my Lewy Body Dementia in anyway possible. And Brain Training is one of those ways!
Do you have Alzheimer’s disease? Have vascular dementia? Another type of dementia? A caregiver? Are you a baby boomer (a term used to describe a person who was born during the Post-World War II baby boom between 1946 and 1964). If so, then there is another brain trainer called KenKen.
It was invented by a Japanese mathematics teacher Tetsuya Miyamoto, innovator of the theory “The Art Of Teaching Without Teaching”, as an ‘instruction-free’ method of training the brain and was later published in The Times in March 2008.
Here’s a link for some easy down to earth instructions on how to play KenKen.
A sample KenKen problem along with the solution
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