Brain Training!

Even though existing research does not address all the variables involved in brain-training interventions appropriately , there seems to be some recognizable patterns in the data, making the field promising . At the very least, these games are likely to make you feel more motivated towards cognitive enhancement, and they are a safe “thermometer” for your nootropics usage. Here we present you the 5 best free sources available online.

1. My Happy Neuron

“HAPPYneuron is a complete brain training method to stimulate the 5 main cognitive functions: Memory, attention, language, executive functions (reasoning, logical thinking), and visual and spatial skills. For more than 10 years, HAPPYneuron’s scientific team have been offering a high-quality service based on the latest in cognitive science combining scientific effectiveness, personalization, and fun”.

2. Brain Food

“Brain Food! Give your mind a work out on our devious collection of puzzles. There are hundreds, ranging from word games to logic problems to riddles. Some are tricky. Some require innovation. All require thinking power. Good luck”.

3. Memory Master Class

“What if you could boost your memory and mental powers to remember anything FASTER?I’ll share with you the 3 reasons why you forget things, the 4 keys to
learning anything quickly, and more!”.

4. Soak your Head

“This site has an application that may, with daily training, improve a person’s intelligence. This application was designed according to the protocol (Dual N-Back Task) found in a new paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. While the findings are only preliminary, the results are startling: It may be possible to increase almost anyone’s IQ (or, more accurately, gF). Because this is such an exciting finding, we have decided to make this application and make it freely available on the web”

5. Brain Games

“Brain games are cognitive calisthenics, brain body-building, genius gymnastics…essentially fun workouts for your brain.The brain might not be a muscle but it does need mental fitness, in order to strengthen neurons and their neural connections.
The brain-challenging exercises that ‘challenge’ the mind are those that cause it to step out of autopilot and begin to think originallyagain. These ‘challenges’ can be out-of-the-box-thinking games, brain teasers, non-traditional math, logic problems, and the like”.