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American Brain Council

We are glad to have you browse our site for research and tips to enhance your brain health and reduce your risk for dementia including Alzheimer’s Disease. As you browse feel free to contact one of our experts at any time at 1-866-634-9880.

Our goal is to simultaneously increase memory and brain health while reducing risk for developing dementia using scientifically validated techniques. We develop personalized brain fitness programs that require lifestyle changes, brainwave training, 3D object tracking training, and brain healthy nutrition in a synergistic approach carried out with the help of a professional certified in brain fitness and dementia prevention education. Following the protocols in the program individuals have performed 15 to 20 years younger on memory and cognitive assessments.

Research has shown that systematic brain training can help people improve a number of cognitive skills including attention, working memory, problem solving abilities, reading and, in some cases, psychosocial functioning. Just a few years ago, experts believed that the brain was like a sealed black box, and you were stuck with whatever nature gave you at birth. Now it has become evident that our brains can keep adapting and developing new abilities throughout our lifetime. This ability to reorganize and create new pathways is called neuroplasticity, and it’s the science behind cognitive training. A number of different methods including individualized therapeutic interactions, brainwave training, lifestyle changes, and computerized interventions may help you lead the way to better brain health. The goal is to utilize science, research, and guidance from a personal brain fitness specialist to help improve an individual’s ability to function due to age related cognitive decline, or after a brain injury or other neurological event, such as a stroke. If you have concerns about age related cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment, or dementia including Alzheimer’s Disease, please call one of our experts today for more information.



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