The earlier children start solving puzzles, the greater the chance of preventing serious diseases associated with memory loss and depression with age. The advantage of wooden three-dimensional puzzles over others is that they last longer and are harder to lose because they are much larger.
The benefits of puzzles on the health of children and adults are:
- They exercise the brain
- Develop fine motor skills and coordination;
- Increases attention to detail and develops perseverance;
- Improve memory by delaying dementia and Alzheimer's disease;
- Improve mood and reduce stress levels.