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Jigsaw Puzzles and the Workplace

By 26 February 2020August 18th, 2020No Comments

Jigsaw puzzles seem to be enjoying a renaissance in the 21st century, no doubt because of findings of many studies that jigsaw puzzles are good for brain health. Jigsaw puzzles have been credited with reducing stress, improving memory, promoting cooperation and collaboration, improving problem–solving, reducing the likelihood of dementia, and the list goes on.

The scientific explanation seems to be that jigsaw puzzles exercise the left and right sides of your brain at once. Your left brain is logical and works in a linear fashion, while your right brain is creative and intuitive. When you are doing a jigsaw puzzle, both sides are engaged.

It should come as no surprise that there are many avid puzzlers at Ajuria Lawyers!!

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