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Memory brain games: Stimulate, train, and rehabilitate your memory
  • Train with CogniFit's memory games online and boost cognitive skills

  • Get access to this scientific tool to train memory

  • Challenge your brain and strengthen adaptive potential with these memory games

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Leaders in memory games and exercises

The cognitive stimulation program from memory from CogniFit makes it possible to activate and train the different mental processes used in our ability to store and remember information. How can you get started? It's easy! All you have to do is sign up.

CogniFit's memory games adapt the difficulty to each user's specific needs as they train. This scientific resource was been perfected to continually measure the brain's ability code, retain, and recover information that it receives from the environment. The patented technology from CogniFit automatically adjusts the type of games, along with the difficulty of the memory games and cognitive requirements, for each user's specific characteristics (like age, cognitive damage or deficits, etc.).

Many people think that memory is an innate, unchanging ability. However, it has been shown that with the proper brain training, this cognitive skill can be trained, exercised, and improved. The intervention program from CogniFit, based on online memory games, is for both the healthy population as well as an individual worried about memory loss, or someone who has suffered any type of cognitive decline.

The memory games and training exercises from CogniFit have been validated for children, adults, and seniors to activate and strengthen their ability to memorize and compare their cognitive state with the rest of the population.

CogniFit offers a battery of personalized online memory games that adapts to each user's cognitive strengths and areas of improvement.

How do CogniFit's games strengthen and activate memory?

It has been shown that CogniFit's memory games use the brain's neuroplasticity to activate and strengthen its ability to store and remember information.

Training your brain with these leading memory games in the field of cognitive intervention can help stimulate specific neural activation patterns. The repetition of these patterns with CogniFit's memory games helps create new synapses and help in the myelination of neural circuits capable of recovering or organizing memory.

The cognitive stimulation program from CogniFit was designed to help stimulate the adaptive potential of the nervous system and help the brain recover from structural alterations, disorders, or brain damage that affects memory. The memory training games from CogniFit are appropriate for anyone who is looking to test and improve their cognitive skills.

It's important to remember that proper brain training isn't just randomly playing the games you like most. It's not enough to play memory games that you find online and hope to improve your memory. Good cognitive training requires a therapeutic goal, a theoretical framework, scientific validation, and regulation, like the ones that CogniFit offers. This is the only way the brain will receive the adequate cognitive stimulation it needs.

MEMORY BRAIN GAMES: Trained cognitive skills

Benefits of memory training games

CogniFit is a platform leader in online clinical memory games. All of the tasks and exercises were designed by experts in the field of neuroplasticity, stimulation, and cognitive rehabilitation. This online program based on a scientific methodology for memory stimulation and rehabilitation offers many different benefits:

  • Any user, either professional or individual, can easily play our memory games. You don't need to have any background in neuroscience, psychology, or tech. CogniFit is simple and intuitive, and the tasks to train memory are efficient and easy-to-use.
  • The user-friendly design helps motivate users, especially children, which can make training more efficient.
  • The memory training games from CogniFit are designed to be able to help people of all ages (children, teens, adults, and seniors) both with and without cognitive decline or any specific pathology.
  • The instructions and results from the memory training are designed to be interactive, which helps the user understand the information and explanations.
  • The results from the memory games provide quick and precise feedback. This makes it possible to keep track of user progress day-by-day.
  • The scores from each training session help automatically personalize the difficulty and type of training, ensuring that each user receives a customized training intervention.
  • The data from the memory games are collected and coded during training, meaning that you can focus on the task. CogniFit's tool automatically analyzes and compares the data, so you're free to train, without worrying about the math behind your cognitive progress.
  • The memory games from CogniFit have been adapted, as much as possible, to the limitations or cognitive deficits of each user, making it highly accessible.
  • The memory games from CogniFit make it possible to train many of the main processes and cognitive abilities used in retaining, coding and recovering information, like auditory memory, short-term memory, visual short-term memory, working memory, nonverbal memory, recognition, and contextual memory.
  • CogniFit is an online platform, which means that it is possible to use CogniFit's memory games from almost any computer with Internet. This makes it possible to train wherever you are, allowing professionals to work with patients from across the globe.
  • Unlike other similar programs, CogniFit is backed by real science that speaks to the efficiency of the memory games and training.

Are CogniFit's memory games and training programs right for you?

Because of its attractive design and interactive platform, the memory games from CogniFit can be used by almost anyone.

CogniFit is perfect for people with and without memory problems or cognitive decline who want to recover and strengthen their ability to code, store, and recover memories. The memory games from CogniFit are a great complementary tool for a neuropsychological rehabilitation:

  • After suffering from some type of brain injury, the proper cognitive rehabilitation program can help the patient recover, compensate for, or substitute the altered cognitive functions. Retrograde amnesias (inability to remember past events) and anterograde amnesias (inability to incorporate new memories) are common after having a stroke or some type of brain injury. This disorder can significantly affect the lives of those who suffer, which is why it is important to work with a professional memory rehabilitation tool as quickly as possible.
  • In the case of a neurodegenerative disorder, cognitive stimulation and training can help delay the advance and severity of deterioration. The most common dementia is Alzheimer's Disease, which is characterized by the progressive loss of memory (inability to code, store, and recover information). Cognitive stimulation for memory can help patients with this disease retain their cognitive abilities for longer
  • The brain has an ability to reorganize its connectivity after suffering brain damage. While it's not possible to recover activity in dead cortical tissue, the neighboring areas can adopt part of its function through proper cognitive stimulation. This makes it possible to recover, to a certain point, memory function through other parts of the brain that assume their function.
  • Children with neurodevelopmental problem can also benefit from the cognitive stimulation program for memory from CogniFit. People with dyslexia an Austism Spectrum Disorder, or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), among others, can help improve cognitive skills like memory with brain training.
  • In some psychological disorders, like schizophrenia, a number of cognitive skills are also affected, which can be stimulated through training and memory games.
  • The brain can modify its function and structure in order to adapt to the needs of its surroundings. The healthy population can also benefit from improving memory with an adequate training.

CogniFit is perfect for people with and without cognitive decline or damage and can be used by people of almost any age:

Memory games and training for children and teens

  • Children and teens are right at the age when they are developing their different cognitive skills. Proper cognitive stimulation at this age can help strengthen cognition of even the youngest learners, positively affecting academic results and other aspects of their lives that require learning and memorization. The memory games from CogniFit are recommended for children 7 years and older.

Memory games and training for adults

  • Our brains stop developing at about 20 years old, but memory games can continue to help adults after 20. The memory games and exercises can help adults be more efficient at work, and in daily life.

Memory games and training for seniors and elderly

  • Put your brain to the test with the tasks designed to strengthen and improve our cognitive abilities, increasing cognitive reserve. A good cognitive reserve can help protect against cognitive decline caused by aging or brain injury. This is why it is important to train memory in seniors and elderly.

How long do you need to train with CogniFit's memory games?

The complete training sessions usually last about 10 to 15 minutes. We recommend training two to three times a week, on non-consecutive days. In order to ensure proper training, CogniFit will send training reminders.

In each memory training session, the CogniFit tool will automatically suggest two brain training games and a single assessment task to measure a group of cognitive skills. This makes it possible to easily train and measure the user's cognitive progress in memory and its different subtypes: short-term memory, working memory, etc.

Memory Games: What games make up the CogniFit memory training?

CogniFit's brain training for memory program is made up of different online games. Some of these games rely heavily on the memory systems, while others will have a more subtle memory component.

  • Candy Factory In order to advance through this game, the user will have to code, store, and recover the different types of information they see. Doing this exercise will activate the neural patterns used when storing memories. Improving this skill can help the user become more efficient if daily activities, like studying or remembering where the car keys are.
  • Water Lilies In this brain game, the user will have to use their memory to retain and remember the order in which the stimuli on the screen light up. With this game, we can stimulate the brain connections used in the different types of memory. This exercise can help store information as memory more easily.
  • Piece MakingIn this game, the user will have to remember the stimuli that were previously shown. This activity will activate and strengthen the neural circuits used in memory. Reinforcing these connections can help when it comes to daily activities, like remembering client's names or faces, knowing where you parked the car, or going grocery shopping.
  • Numbers Line This memory game was created to test the user's ability to store and manipulate information. The user will have to remember the different numbers on the screen and be able to do mental math to reach the target number. Doing this will strengthen the neural networks used in working memory, and improving working memory can help us be more efficient in complex cognitive tasks, like language comprehension, reading, math, learning, or reasoning.
  • Twist It The user will have to remember position the stimuli that are presented on the screen. Doing this will help strengthen the neural connections related to non-verbal memory, and improving this cognitive skill can make us more efficient when studying and remembering images.
  • CrossroadsThe user will have to remember where all of the stimuli are located while paying attention to the rest. Doing this requires the user to retain the information, which uses visual short-term memory. Improving this skill can help in academic environments, like when a student has to remember what the teacher wrote on the board before it's erased. Training this skill can help make us more efficient in these types of situations.
  • Bee BalloonIn order to go through the levels in this game, the user will have to memorize how the different stimuli appear. Doing this will stimulate the connections in the memory system, and improving this skill will make it easier to remember different types of information in our daily lives.
  • Cube FoundryThis memory game was created to improve our ability to retain and mentally manipulate spatial information. This task will help improve working memory, which can help us be more efficient when doing mental math and other daily activities.
  • Fuel-A-Car The user will have to remember and mentally organize the information that they are presented with. Doing this will require the user to use their working memory, which can help them be more efficient in their daily lives, like when remembering a telephone number before writing it down.
  • Tennis BombThis memory game was created to help train our ability to retain, store, and recover information with the stimuli that are shown in the advanced levels of the game. Practicing this game can help increase the resources that our brain uses for memory. people with problems with this cognitive ability may have trouble quickly and easily doing a number of daily tasks, like paying attention in a conversation and responding appropriately.
  • JigsawIn this memory game, the user will have to remember the information that was shown at the beginning of the game. This activity will help activate the neural patterns used in storing memories. Improving memory can help make it easier to understand texts and language.
  • MahjongThe user will have to remember the position of the stimuli in order to progress through this memory game as efficiently as possible. Doing this, the user will be able to stimulate the neural connections related to non-verbal memory. Maintaining this cognitive ability in good condition can help us complete daily activities more easily.
  • SudokuThe user will have to retain and mentally manipulate the information. This game can stimulate activation pattern used in working memory. People with poor working memory may have trouble doing mental math and other daily activities.
  • Math TwinsTo advance through this memory game, the user will have to temporarily remember information from the stimuli. This game can help strengthen the neural circuits used in memory, and improving this cognitive skill can help avoid errors when adding or reading.
  • Words BirdsThe user will have to mentally retain the position of the stimuli over a short period of time. This activity helps stimulate the brain patterns related to memory, and training this skill can help reduce certain difficulties in academic and work areas, as well as in daily life.
  • Visión 3DThis memory game was designed to mentally remember part of the information from the stimuli. This game can help strengthen the neural connections related to non-verbal memory. People with problems with non-verbal memory may have difficulty when coding, storing and recovering information.

The memory games from CogniFit are unique

CogniFit is a leader in the field of cognitive stimulation and brain training for memory. The training program incorporates a series of multi-dimensional, standardized, and clinically validated exercises that combine different therapeutic activities: classical rehabilitation techniques, learning, and pedagogical activities specially designed for professionals to re-train memory and other cognitive skills, helping to optimize efficiency and transform areas of improvements into strengths.

The memory games from CogniFit will adapt to the user as the train. This patented technology was designed by an international team of scientists, neurologists, and psychologists that have researched the latest discoveries about the brain and memory.

The brain training program for memory from CogniFit is unique, as it continuously measures the user's performance and automatically chooses the type and complexity of the tasks that best suit the user's needs. This allows the user to constantly train and challenge the cognitive skills that they need to improve.

The personalized brain training program from CogniFit gathers the cognitive data from each user and provides a detailed report about the user's cognitive level. This makes it possible to see the user's initial cognitive level and level of progress.

What happens if you don't train your brain?

Memory is a fundamental cognitive function for our day-to-day lives. Poor memory can significantly reduce quality of life. Memory loss is a normal part of aging, but memory problems can appear in various alterations, like developmental disorders brain injuries, neurodegenerative disorders, etc. This is why it is important to train and take care of your memory.

The human brain is a complex and efficient organ. It's designed to save resources and energy where it can. This means that it eliminates or weakens the neural connections that it uses least. If you don't use your memory regularly, the brain will stop sending it the resources it needs, which will cause a decrease in efficiency and make it harder to do a number of daily tasks, like learning new things, remembering past events, understanding long sentences, learning a route, recognizing family members, organizing tasks, etc.

In order to avoid this, it's important to systematically activate the mental processes related to memory. One of the most effective tools to activate and strengthen this cognitive ability are the training programs and brain games from CogniFit. This program, leader in cognitive stimulation therapy, offers a multi-dimensional and systematic training program for memory and other cognitive areas. This makes it possible to activate and strengthen the neural patterns used in the processes of coding, storing, and recovering information.

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