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    • #22701
      Mary Beth Skylis

        Puzzles have been shown to positively impact the brain when it comes to memory, problem solving, and focus. My mom likes to challenge herself with different puzzles in order to keep her mind sharp. Do you like puzzles? If so, do you feel that they help you to cultivate specific skills?

      • #23064
        Den Russell

          Been doing The Telegraph crossword and Sudoku for years prior to PD.  Now have problems – memory failure – difficulty finding the word in crossword and occasionally unable to write the figure 5 – that is difficulty to complete that figure in



        • #23075
          Jo S.

            I love to do puzzles. I’m enjoying Wordle, when I remember to do it. 🙂 I also do Sudoku (which I did prior to my diagnosis). And I do online word-finder puzzles. I do think it helps my cognition (or at least that’s what I tell myself), but they are fun to do regardless.

          • #23085

              I got my husband four kinds of puzzle books for Christmas. Still has not looked at a single one.. another gift gone unused…

            • #23097
              Robert Li

                There are a wide variety of printable visual puzzles, like Sudoku, at krazydad.com for free.  Watch out though – for some of the puzzles labeled “easy”, sometimes they take a bit of practice before they are easy.   They are a lot of fun.  I personally like the Cow and Cactus puzzles, when printed in color.

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