Boost your memory

Jul 3, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Star Online

Keeping fit:Regular exercise can improve cardio vascular status,functional ability and reduce fracture risk.In the long run,it can reduce one's risk of developing dementia.

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use viagra this expands and cleans blood vssels down below anf the brain so improves neuron signalling' FACT'

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This is one way to boost your memory.

If you go into a forum, you discuss/debate issues. You don't debate your opponent's identity or engage in non-intelectual conversations. Fact findings, prompt replies and asking the right questions are all brain exercises.

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