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NATIONAL TRAIN YOUR BRAIN DAY – October 13

NATIONAL TRAIN YOUR BRAIN DAY – October 13

NATIONAL TRAIN YOUR BRAIN DAY

On October 13th, National Train Your Brain Day challenges us to some puzzling games and riddles! Whether you play solo or go up against teams, the day improves our thinking power.

Exercising the brain is important. Routine activities don’t keep the mind sharp. This day encourages us to expand and exercise our brain and use more of its potential capacity. To do that, we need to break out of our routines and try new activities or relearn old ones. We’ll work on our cognitive skills. To do this, try reading or word puzzles. Number games and brainteasers also improve cognition. Riddles and word games challenge areas of the brain we don’t use every day.

Learning something new is another practice that benefits the brain, too. When we learn a new skill, we focus and tap into our problem-solving abilities. If we’re doing the same thing every day, we’re probably not solving too many problems. The brain gets bored. You’d get bored, too if you watched the same episode of the same TV show every day. 

When the question is asked to American scientists as to how much of the brain is used, the answer varies. However, many of them believe that it is only a small percentage and that there is room for expanded learning and knowledge within everyone.

HOW TO OBSERVE #TrainYourBrainDay

Do some logic puzzles, brain teasers and riddles to train your brain. Or you can head over to the Trivia Page for some brain exercises! Use #TrainYourBrainDay to post on social media.

NATIONAL TRAIN YOUR BRAIN DAY HISTORY

National Day Calendar® continues researching the origins of this puzzling holiday. 

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