We’re often asked, "what is that BrainHQ can do for me?" We want to share with you that regardless of your age or health condition, your brain needs exercising too - just like the rest of your body!
BrainHQ helps people in different ways. Be it a younger adult, who uses BrainHQ to excel at their performance for school or work, or simply wants to stay mentally sharp and keep brain aging at bay. While for older adults, it could be specifically geared towards reclaiming the reduced cognitive functions they may have experienced as part of the normal aging process.
And yet for many others, regardless of age, it could be to help with specific health conditions such as brain injuries. These could be the result of a concussion, an accident or stroke, foggy brain as a result of cancer chemotherapies or due to the consumption of medication causing chemo brain. Other types of conditions, which see measurable benefits from brain training, include vision impairments, such as reduced peripheral vision or slow driving reflexes to name just a few.
Please review the resources below to learn more.
- Healthy Aging
BrainHQ Exercises have been tested in over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles on healthy aging. There is now overwhelming evidence that using BrainHQ improves the trajectory of aging.
- Traumatic Brain Injurys
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) affects over 1.7 million people in the U.S. and Canada every year. Find out about the latest research on brain injuries and learn what works to combat the symptoms.
Learn how BrainHQ exercises have helped cancer survivors with memory loss and other cognitive problems--and learn more about this condition.
- Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
Learn about various causes of dementia, how it relates to Alzheimer's Disease, and how our BrainHQ exercises can help.
- HIV-Related Cognitive Decline
A surprisingly common corollary of HIV infection is a decline in cognitive performance. Learn more about it and discover what research has been done on our exercises with HIV patients.
- Cognitive Impairment due to Heart Failure
Many people don't realize that a common side effect of chronic heart failure (CHF) is a decline in cognitive performance. Learn more about it and discover what research has been done with our exercises with heart failure.
- Fall Risk and Mobility
You may think of falls and other mobility issues as physical problems, but issues related to balance have a lot to do with how the brain operates. Find out how BrainHQ exercises can improve balance and reduce fall risk.
- Visual Disturbances and Impairment
Visual impairment is a common issue for people with neurodegenerative diseases or brain injuries. Learn more about the causes of visual disturbances and how BrainHQ has been proven to help improve such impairments.
- Driving Impairment
A revolution in brain training is happening—and now you can offer the benefits of science-based, clinically validated cognitive training to your clients to help them improve their visual speed and attention on the road.