Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: December 16, 2014
The year 2014 was truly a remarkable success! We helped tens of thousands of healthy individuals achieve their goals at work and in their personal lives, as well as many others with clinical indications by improving their health and quality of life.
As we continue our mission for 2015, we look forward to significantly expanding the accessibility of BrainHQ, our clinically proven brain fitness program to evermore personal households, as well as academic, business and medical health centres which are experiencing continued growth with the use of our program. The latest exciting development being the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, which has just opened their first Brain Fitness Pavilion, exclusively based on the patented technology of BrainHQ. Here is a synopsis:
"Using BrainHQ, an online brain training program designed by Posit Science and the only cognitive remediation intervention being considered by the FDA for clearance as a medical device, the Pavilion's brain fitness training program will help patients improve memory, concentration, attention, and mental speed."
We wish you and your family a season filled with beautiful moments and cherished memories. Have a safe and happy holiday!
PS - By the way, if you're still looking for a meaningful and deeply rewarding gift for yourself or your loved ones, BrainHQ stands out as an exceptional offering. As a special holiday incentive, we're making it even easier with a 25% discount! Check it out.
How Brain Training Can Help Boomers Ignore Distractions
Kind regards,Frieda Fanni
DynamicBrain Inc. is the Canadian partner of Posit Science Corporation providing BrainHQ in English and French.
Ignoring distractions gets increasingly harder with age. New research by Drs. Mishra, Villers-Sidani, Merzenich and Gazzaley demonstrates that learning to make discriminations of a sound amidst progressively more disruptive distractions can diminish our distractibility. Dr. Merzenich's new BrainHQ exercise called Rhythm Recall
uses music to train the brain to focus its undivided attention on working memory and sequencing skills.
Read the study
Teens' Heightened Usage of Stimulants Linked to Concussions
Use of illicit alcohol and drugs such as tranquilizers, marijuana, cocaine and even crystal meth were as much as two to four times higher among Ontario high school students who had suffered a concussion or other traumatic brain injury compared to classmates with no such medical history.