Other studies have shown that certain computer games improve memory. However, the article cautioned consumers to be careful when purchasing games and suggested asking the following questions:
There are many other ways to improve memory, including physical exercise, heating a health-healthy diet, getting plenty of sleep, etc.
As more and more Americans age and develop memory problems, including Alzheimer's and dementia, more and more memory solutions will hit the market. If you or a loved one is going to be spending a lot of money on such a program, carefully consider the three questions above and determine whether it is worth it for your family. And if you have found something that works for you, share it in the comments.
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