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Puzzles demand a level of thought, focus, and patience that is bound to challenge the mind. As we join puzzle pieces together, or find the cruicial piece (you know that lovely feeling!), our brains release dopamine, which positively affects our mood, memory, and motivation.
A study from Princeton University found that puzzles help to stimulate strategy and dexterity.
Susan Vandermorris is a clinical neuropsychologist at Toronto’s Baycrest Health Sciences, a global leader in brain health and aging research. Any type of puzzle is good for the brain and points to the stress-relieving benefits of jigsaws, in particular, she says. “If you’re doing a puzzle, you are, by definition, disconnected and engaged in a task that’s immersive, away from the interruptions and stresses of day-to-day life,” she explains. “And that, of course, is good for your brain.”
Lucy Richardson, a school counsellor says "I use them as a multi-sensory tool for helping kids/teenagers take their minds off their anxiety. Often we can be obsessing/worrying about something that we have no control over and having something that uses your different senses and concentration can help someone break the anxiety loop in their head. I also use it when kids are needing something to calm themselves if they've been talking about really heavy things and they are upset, so they can be ready to go back to class. Concentrating on this before they go back to class helps them be less likely to be dwelling on the difficult things discussed in counselling."