Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: May 18, 2015
Have you noticed that in the past few months, media and neuroscientists have been actively informing the public about how to keep our brains healthy? They’ve provided guidelines for seeing through unsubstantiated claims from some brain training programs by pointing out the lack of scientific evidence for their effectiveness.
So, what are some of the key take-aways for people looking for legitimate and effective brain training programs? You should expect companies to provide peer-reviewed, randomized, controlled trials and raise the following questions:
- Are the positive changes noticed in real-life indices of cognitive health?
- Does the improvement encompass a broad array of tasks?
- Do the gains persist for a reasonable amount of time?
This is where BrainHQ stands out from other commercial products. It’s the brain training program that meets the scientific specifications in over 100 peer-reviewed published articles, demonstrating significant cognitive benefits.
I’d like to invite you to try one of our exercises, Visual Sweeps, that is shown to speed up the processing of visual information. This translates into quicker reflexes and an improved visual memory. To access all of our clinically proven exercises, courses and the Personal Trainer, or, give a gift of BrainHQ, please click here (only $8 per month, on annual basis).
Keep your brain healthy and let us know how we can help!
Neuroplasticity can help train away chronic pain
Kind regards,Frieda Fanni
DynamicBrain Inc. is the Canadian partner of Posit Science Corporation providing brain fitness program, BrainHQ in English and French.
Are you suffering from chronic pain? For a while now scientists and neuropsychologists have been using plasticity-based solutions and cognitive behavioural therapies to treat chronic pain sufferers as pain can be triggered by factors related to physical harm, or there might be a problem with the pain processing system itself and not necessarily the body. Learn more here
Air pollution affects your brain too
Summer is fast approaching. And while most of us are thankful for the warmer weather, with it comes the smog warnings reminding both the elderly and people with breathing conditions to remain indoors. The health effects from air pollution have long been known, however, a new study published in the journal Stroke
has shown harmful effects on the brains of healthy people even at low levels of air pollution. Read more here