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What is brain health? Laughing, feeling, talking, remembering, sharing, working, studying, etc. All of these mental processes need our brains, and for all of these processes to work well, we need proper brain health. An active mind and a healthy brain is closer to us than we think.

Science proves that routine is our brain's enemy, and that it keeps us from mental health. We should bring our brain to do less automatic activities, like reading, cinema, walks, a change in diet, exercise, play games, plan outings or trips...These are some activities that can help improve our brain health, and reduce our likelihood of suffering from a degenerative disease at the same time.

The brain is the most delicate and most valued organ that we have, which is why it's so important to take good care of it. Brain health is responsible for improving our moods, reaching goals, or even getting better personal results.

In general, we know very little about how to take care of the brain, but science and neuropsychology have shown us that regularly training our brains may provide considerable benefits to people of all ages who have suffered cognitive deterioration due to an illness, condition or brain injury.

CogniFit has different assessments and training programs available for research purposes only to help provide further knowledge about the brain and different conditions.

ADHD and Brain Health

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common mental disorders that develop in children. Children with ADHD experience impaired functioning at home, at school, and in relationships with their peers. If untreated, the disorder can produce long-term adverse effects.

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ADHD

Stroke and Brain Health

Stroke can affect memory, thought and behavior. Rehabilitation of certain cognitive skills can help deal with the repercussions of a stroke.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Depression and Brain Health

Depression may cause generalized deterioration in academic, social, professional, and personal areas. One of most common is impairment of cognitive ability.

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Multiple Sclerosis and Cognitive Fatigue

Chemo Fog-Chemo Brain and Brain Health

It is a well known fact that people who receive chemotherapy for cancer have a higher risk of developing cognitive impairment in later life than those who have never undergone chemotherapy. Patients who have been treated with higher doses of chemotherapy have a higher risk than those treated.

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Chemo Fog and Chemo Brain

Insomnia and Brain Health

It is difficult to differentiate which alterations may be the cause or consequence of lack of sleep. However, there are a number of cognitive abilities that are consistently impaired in people who have insomnia and other sleep problems.

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Dementia

Parkinson's Disease and Brain Health

Parkinson's Disease (PD) is characterized primarily by the affect it has on motor functions; its symptoms include trembling, stiffness of limbs, slowness of movement and general postural instability. The disease usually affects people over the age of 50. Early symptoms of PD are subtle and occur gradually.

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