After a long day at work, solving brain teasers and puzzles are a fantastic way to relax. It not only keeps us entertained, but it also helps us improve our cognitive abilities. According to Dr. Jessica Langbaum, such cognitively engaging activities may help with abilities such as attention, thinking, and reasoning!
Associate Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative and an Alzheimer’s disease researcher from Arizona. “We don’t know if this is a direct cause-and-effect relationship, though. We also don’t know if engaging in these activities helps to delay or prevent cognitive impairment like dementia or Alzheimer’s disease dementia.”
Try to find the soccer ball in this picture of pandas. If you are having a hard time, Scroll down for the solution:
If you did manage to locate it, then kudos to you. There are many other puzzles that you can solve, just check them out below: Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás creates colorful illustrations that contain hidden details!
He’s released three books of brain-teasing illustrations: one of the holiday puzzles called “Bear’s Merry Book of Hidden Things,” a Halloween-themed book called “Bear’s Spooky Book of Hidden Things,” and “Bear’s Springtime Book of Hidden Things.” He also shares individual puzzles on his blog and Facebook page.