Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Exercise for the brain

This article discusses the benefits of "neurobics", simple exercises like brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand or eating dinner with your eyes closed, which some claim stimulate the growth of new brain cells and help stave off age-related conditions such as Alzheimer's. I hope this stuff works because I'd hate to think that I'm going through the hell of typing this post with my teos tous toes for nothing.

1 comment:

The Archduke of Arrogance said...

This crap does not work. I attempted to mow the lawn with my eyes closed and ended up driving the mower into the road where I was hit by a school bus. I then attempted to stop the bleeding in my right arm by applying a torniquet to my left leg, and finally I called for help using only my nose. And when I got home from the emergency room, I STILL couldn't remember where I'd left the remote.