Online Bingo is Good for the Brain

Bingo can help keep your brain mentally fit as you age. Studies confirm bingo improves brain function, hand-eye coordination and slows memory loss.

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(PRWEB) July 21, 2006 –-

Bingo can help keep your brain mentally fit as you age. Studies confirm bingo improves brain function, hand-eye coordination and slows memory loss.

University of Southampton's Centre for Visual Cognition at the Department of Psychology has been testing bingo players' mental agility and shown that playing bingo can help keep the brain in shape. Test showed that bingo players showed increased speed and accuracy in a range of activities that measured mental speed, memory and the ability to pick up information from the environment around them. (Source http://www.bbc.co.uk)

According to the Franklin Institute Online, A cognitive psychologist in England found that when elderly people regularly played bingo, it helped minimize their memory loss and bolster their hand-eye coordination. Bingo seemed to help players of all ages remain mentally sharp. (Source http://www.fi.edu)

Delay the aging process and start playing online bingo today from the comfort and security of your own home. Some reputable online bingo sites include http://www.bingopalace.com and http://www.onlinebingo.com. Both sites feature nice sign up bonuses and offer pay-to-play and free online bingo rooms.

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