Brain Training that works
50 years ago, going to the gym wasn’t something the average person did. Now, it seems, everyone has a gym membership, or finds another way to exercise regularly. That’s because a revolution took place in the 1980s and 1990s: we all learned how important physical exercise was for our overall health and well-being.
Brain fitness is the next step in that revolution. Just as you can exercise your abs, delts, and quads, you can exercise your memory, attention, and more. As with physical exercise, brain exercise can help you test your brain and improve your performance in order to feel your best.
When it comes to brain fitness training, BrainHQ is best in class. Built by a team of top neuroscientists, with exercises proven in dozens of published studies to make real and lasting improvements in brain function, BrainHQ is your personal brain gym.
Would you like to train your brain? You can try BrainHQ for free right now. Or, to learn more about how our brain exercises work, what makes them right for you, and how other people have benefited, choose one of the links below.
BrainHQ is a brain-training system built and tested by an international team of top neuroscientists and other brain experts. Unlike other brain-training programs, BrainHQ is proven to work—dozens of published papers (and counting) show real benefits from using exercises in BrainHQ.
This research shows cognitive benefits (such as better memory and faster processing) as well as real-life benefits (such as safer driving and better hearing in noisy places). No other program has this level of proof.
About the BrainHQ Exercises
BrainHQ has more than two dozen brain-training exercises organized into six categories: Attention, Brain Speed, Memory, People Skills, Intelligence, and Navigation.
While we have organized the exercises into these categories, the truth is that many of them overlap. For example, an important component of creating strong memories that are easy to remember over time is attention. When your brain is able to pay attention to the nuances of what you see and hear, you create a clearer, more detailed memory. Brain speed is equally important: your brain has to be fast enough to keep up with all the details coming in to record them clearly instead of hazily. So if you want to remember better, the Memory category is a great place to start—but you’ll also likely benefit from exercises in the Attention, Brain Speed, and other categories.
Choose one of the six categories below to learn all about each exercise in that category, including the scientific principles behind them, the cognitive skills they challenge, and the exercise task.
Ognuno dei nostri esercizi attentivi è stato creato per stimolare il cervello nella capacità di focalizzare.
- Attenzione Divisa
- Doppia Decisione
- Inseguimento Oggetti
- Segnali Alternati
- Inibizione alla risposta
La velocità con cui il cervello è in grado analizzare gli eventi determina l’efficacia di reazione e la capacità di ricordarli.
- Visione periferica
- Occhio al dettaglio
- Modulazioni Visive
- Modulazioni sonore
- Discriminazione uditiva
Memories are made up of what you sense. Typically, when memory fails, it’s not because you forgot how to remember—it’s because your brain isn’t processing information very clearly. Our exercises for memory can sharpen the brain’s ability to record this information so that you can create a clearer memory that’s easier to recall.
- Hear, Hear
- Memory Grid
- Mind’s Eye
- Rhythm Recall
- Scene Crasher
- Syllable Stacks
- To-Do List Training
Con questi esercizi si sviluppano le capacità mnemoniche ed attentive legate all’ambito sociale come ricordare volti nuovi, render parte a conversazioni rumorose o capire le emozioni della gente dalle diverse espressioni.
- Faccia a Faccia
- Volti e Storie
La capacità di governare ragionamenti complessi richiede la gestione rapida e simultanea di più informazioni
- Coppie di carte
- Coppie visive di carte
- Cambia regole
Navigation exercises have been designed to develop orientation skills.
- Mental Map
- Optic Flow
- Right Turn
- True North