Brain games have been proven to positively impact brain health markers including cognitive abilities, brain function, and brain structure.
“We know from decades of research that higher levels of life engagement can really be a very protective factor not just for mental functioning but also for things like depression,” says Dr. Michael Marsiske, Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology in the College of Public Health and Health Professions.
Cognitive activity strengthens the functioning and plasticity of neural circuits, thus supporting cognitive reserve in different ways. Future research should support that programs involving both physical fitness and mental stimulations (brain games) could be effective for post-concussion syndrome.
We include 6 months of specific and targeted brain games in our daily program of brain support to keep the mind sharp and alert.