Only those with 20/20 vision can spot the hidden trophy in 16 seconds

The key to solving this brainteaser is to carefully scan the image from left to right to find the trophy hidden within.

Brainteasers and other types of brain puzzles such as crosswords and sudokus are great ways to stretch the body’s mind to its limits.

There are three main types of brainteasers, observational, analytical, and mathematical. Observational brainteasers, such as the one above, involve spotting an anomaly in an image as quickly as possible.

Meanwhile, analytical brainteasers ask the user to solve a riddle or puzzle while mathematical brainteasers require someone to solve math questions.

The brainteaser above, created by Ticketgum, asks people to spot the trophy in the image as quickly as possible. The key to solving it is scanning the image from left to right as carefully as possible.


    Did you solve this brainteaser? No worries if not, the answer is above. The trophy can be seen tattooed on the side of the footballer on the left’s leg.

    Brainteasers like this one and other tests can help provide the mind with essential exercise in the same way running, walking, or swimming exercise muscles in the arms and legs.

    The more exercise the mind has, the healthier it is likely to be and therefore the less likely it is to potentially develop neurodegenerative conditions such as dementia.

    This doesn’t mean brainteasers like this one will stop someone from developing dementia but they act as helpful stimulation for the mind.

    Dementia is one of the most devastating conditions for someone to get. Currently incurable, it tears thousands of families every single year. However, while cases are expected to rise in the future, there is hope for new treatments that will be there to meet that rise.

    In recent years, studies have shown that new treatments are on the horizon with a jab in the works as well as blood tests to detect the disease sooner. The sooner someone is diagnosed with dementia, the sooner they can be treated and the more time they can have with their families.

    One of the best examples of this is a revolutionary jab currently undergoing tests which removes toxins from the brain before they cause damage and cause the most common type of dementia, Alzheimer’s.

    Dr Shahid Zaman, an Alzheimer’s expert at Cambridge University, is very positive about the new jab. He said: “We finally have something that targets the amyloid protein and clears it. We can be very optimistic this vaccine will prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s.”

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