Playing the 1980s computer game Tetris, can prevent the unpleasant flashbacks which come after a traumatic event, scientists have discovered - Prevent PTSD

Tetris can prevent post-traumatic stress disorder, Oxford University finds

Playing the computer game Tetris, can prevent the unpleasant flashbacks which come after a traumatic event, scientists have discovered - Prevent PTSD

*Get Better SLEEP for Brain Health: Research suggests the  Power of Sleep to maintain Mental and Emotional Wellness (BrainHQ.com Blog)

The human brain. It& spongy to the touch, weighs about three pounds and looks kind of like a head of cauliflower.

MILK as Stroke Prevention: A new study has found that for people who don't normally consume dairy products, adding one serving of milk per day can help prevent stroke (K Merzenich BrainHQ 22Sep 2014)

MILK as Stroke Prevention: A new study has found that for people who don't normally consume dairy products, adding one serving of milk per day can help prevent stroke (K Merzenich BrainHQ

On your way home from work, you stop by the supermarket. You need to pick up some ingredients for dinner. Do you remember everything—or do you forget a crucial item? Memory Brain Training  Exercise [BrainHQ.com: Brain Training Exercises which can help Memory, Hearing, Neurological Disorders; Prevent Mental/Emotional Decline]

To-Do List Training will work out your working memory, a form of short-term memory that's a critical part of almost all cognitive tasks related to thinking.

Memory Exercises_BrainHQ.com BrainTraining Exercises which can help Memory, Hearing, Neurological Disorders and Prevent Mental Decline

Memory Exercises_BrainHQ.com BrainTraining Exercises which can help Memory, Hearing, Neurological Disorders and Prevent Mental Decline

Do you ever look up a phone number, only to forget part of it before you finish dialing?

Do you ever look up a phone number, only to forget part of it before you finish dialing?

Sound Sweeps is an auditory exercise designed to challenge your brain to speed up and sharpen listening accuracy. Only when the brain hears sounds quickly and clearly can it record them accurately. And only when it records them accurately can it recall (remember) them later. In Sound Sweeps, you have to listen to frequency sweeps—sounds that begin low and rise upward or begin high and fall downward—and identify whether they go up (“weep”) or down (“woop”).

Sound Sweeps train your brain to process sounds more quickly, a skill that helps you keep up with conversation.

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