When I was a teenager, I loved loud, brassy sounds. Booming music sent chills through my spine and energy to my soul. I loved groovin’ to the beat. The louder
As I often say in our brain training classes, "if you can't hear something you can't remember it!" This new research shows, once again, the importance of being able to hear well, even if it does mean investing in a hearing aid!
William Gibson's popular science fiction tale "Johnny Mnemonic" foresaw sensitive information being carried by microchips in the brain by 2021. A team of American neuroscientists could be making this fantasy world a reality.
Amazing study... fact or fiction? What do you thinkK?
Researchers provide specific pre-clinical scientific evidence supporting the concept that prolonged and intensive stimulation by an enriched environment, especially regular exposure to new activities, may have beneficial effects in delaying one of...
More research showing that an enriched environment can lead to stronger cognition. This strengthens my idea that seniors living in CCRC's who have the possiblity to engage in various activities and with other people, will stay cognitively in shape for longer. I have witnessed this in my brain training courses, for people of all ages.
Novel Brain Training Device to Reconnect Brain and Paralyzed Limb After Stroke Science Daily (press release) May 15, 2013 — The world's first Brain Training Device has given a ray of new hope to the recovery of survivors after stroke.
Amazing study from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University which can give hope to stoke survivors with paralyzed limbs.
Forget hearing aids: Using a brain training program for 40h over 8 weeks can help the brain improve its ability to distinguish speech from a noisy background.
As a cognitive fitness trainer, one of the biggest challenges I have in assisted living facilities is being sure that people can hear what is being said. If brain training can have a positive effect on hearing I believe the quality of people's lives could be greatly improved. One thing is sure: if you can't hear something, you will not remember it.