The Benefits of Brain Teasers and Puzzles

Today we’re talking about the benefits of brain teasers and puzzles and how they can help keep your mind sharp. Our Escape games aren’t just fun, they’re also for keeping your grey matter super fit, and your brain on form. Read on to find out why Escape Games Colchester is of benefit to your gorgeous brain!

Keeping Mind and Body Sharp

Brain teasers and puzzles are great for staying active. But this is not just for your body, it’s also great for your cognitive function too. Teasers help keep your mind sharp and provide a relief from the constant daily diet of TV and computer screens. Of course, exercise and a healthy diet are incredibly important too, but taxing your brain with quizzes, puzzles and brain teasers can play it’s part too. It’s also a great way of spending some time away from home, with like-minded people, such as your friends and family.

All brain games are good for your mental health and help to keep your mind sharp. It doesn’t always necessarily have to be our Escape Games either, although they’re obviously designed to get your brain working, it could be anything where you have to think hard and work things out, something with a particular level of difficulty. These problems could be solved in a lot of different ways - either individually or as part of a team - it could be using numbers, language or analytical problem-solving.

Active Brain, Active Body - Better Health

By keeping your brain active you could help stave off the impact of depression and low mood, and it’s helpful to combine this with regular exercise too. Escape Games don’t offer up a cure for dementia, but by keeping your brain active, you’re possibly helping to keep it at bay for longer. Rather than by doing repetitive work and sitting doing nothing more than stare at the TV - which requires no interaction from you - you’re fast becoming stale and bored.

Feel the Benefits Of Staying Busy

There can be too much time to overthink and mull over things that haven’t gone well, when you’re sitting not doing much. By remaining active you’re helping to keep yourself occupied and your brain healthy. Change what you do on a regular basis so that your activities don’t become repetitive, swap tasks and you’ll be keeping your brain cells on their toes!

Escape Colchester For the Best Way of Keeping Your Brain Cells Active

So why not come on down to Escape Colchester and take part in a game that really tests your abilities. Find those well-hidden pesky clues, then work them out as a team, unlock them all using that sensational brain of yours and keep that serotonin flowing! Whether you work it all out in under an hour, or not, or fail just before the hour’s up – it’s the taking part that counts. Book your room online or by phone, we can’t wait to see you have the time of your life!