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Humans are difficult. We get stressed out looking for a job when we don't have one, and then once we get a job, we blame our stress on all the work. In short, for one reason or another we are always stressed out, which is why it's important to know how to face it head on and learn to cope.
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The super bowl is over. Is the epidemiology of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in professional football over too?

A blow or jolt to the head can disrupt the normal function of the brain. This is called a brain injury, or concussion. Doctors may sometimes describe these injuries as “mild” because concussions are usually not life threatening and other times concussions are more serious and called TBI.

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be caused by an accident and patients can experience headaches, memory loss, confusion and much more.
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Treatment for ADD/ADHD is not just about taking medication. There are many other effective treatments that can help children with ADD/ADHD improve their cognitive abilities like attention, planning, and inhibition.

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How does ADHD affect the brain? What are some of the main activities to improve executive functions? A complete guide to treatment, exercises, diagnosis, causes, types, characteristics and symptoms. CogniFit is an efficient and fun tool to help overcome ADHD in children
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A complete guide to overcoming insomnia. What is it? What consequences does it have? Types and Causes, Prevention and Remedies. Discover why we need to sleep and the benefits of CogniFit. A non-pharmacological solution designed by neurologists that helps regulate the brain functions that keep us from falling asleep. Try it for free.
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Animals with bigger brains are better problem solvers

Does brain size matter? Researchers from the University of Wyoming found that carnivore species with relatively larger brains that are proportionate to their body size are better at completing problem-solving tasks.

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Alzheimer's-related brain changes could be spotted 20 years before the first symptoms appear

Researchers from Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm found that symptoms of Alzheimer's disease may be detected fully two decades before sufferers begin to experience memory loss. They believe there is even potential to pave the way for early interventions that could halt disease development.

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Roughly twenty years before the first symptoms of Alzheimer's disease appear, inflammatory changes in the brain can be seen, according to a new study from Karolinska Institutet published in the medical scientific journal Brain. The findings of the researchers, who monitored several pathological changes in the brain, suggest that activation of astrocytes at an early stage can greatly influence the development of the disease.
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i don't know, alzheimer could be the efficient way to get rid of nationalism, patriotism, prejudice, religion, etc. and no i don't care about losing "my" mind because there is nothing that could make me an "individual" it's just memory/experience, nothing special.
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If your reading this it's because you haven't slept in a few nights. Don't suffer anymore. Here are 16 tricks for sleeping like a baby and finally getting..
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CogniFit brain fitness program is scientifically proven to help improve cognition and cognitive areas such as attention, coordination, memory, perception, and reasoning ability by tapping into your brain’s plasticity (also called neuroplasticity). What does that mean?

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Brain plasticity can be defined at the capability of the nervous system to change. Neuroplasticity refers to the ability that the neurons have to regenerate and make new connections. There are neural plasticity exercises that allow you to boost brain skills to recover and restructure themselves.
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Did you know that about 15-20% of the population is estimated to have dyslexia? And only 5-10% is diagnosed?

People with dyslexia are not stupid or lazy. Most have average or above-average intelligence, and they work very hard to overcome their learning problems.

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All the information about adult dyslexia: exercises, help detecting and treatment. CogniFit is an exercise program that boosts mental stimulation and helps treat dyslexia in adults. The cognitive exercises have been designed by neurologists and is all online. Try it for free.
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Left brain, right brain: both hemispheres of the brain process numbers

Researchers of the Jena University and the Jena University Hospital discovered an important region for the visual processing of numbers in the human brain. The findings show that the visual processing of numbers takes place in both hemispheres of the brain.

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Researchers of the Jena University and of the Jena University Hospital located an important region for the visual processing of numbers in the human brain and showed that it is active in both hemispheres. In the Journal of Neuroscience the scientists published high resolution magnetic resonance recordings of this region.
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Why artificial sweeteners do not satisfy your cravings: The brain desires sugar's calories, not its sweetness

Researchers from Yale University found that the brain responds to taste and calorie counts in fundamentally different ways. Sugar activates reward areas of the brain that are associated with both sweetness and the need for calories. Since sugar activates the part of the brain relating to calorie intake, not taste, replacing sugar with artificial sweeteners will not satisfy a person's sugar cravings. Humans have a sweet tooth to ensure we eat enough calories.

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Sugar’s sweetness and calorie content combine to give it lethal power to destroy diets, many scientists have assumed. However, a new study by Yale University researchers says the brain responds
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CogniFit offers software to assess and train the brain and cognition
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CogniFit develops brain training software that assess and train your brain, memory, cognitive abilities and many more parts of your mind.


By using CogniFit, you can discover and learn more about your brain and train your cognitive abilities. 

You will discover different aspects of your cognition and you can see how you compare with your friends and the rest of the world. You can also decide if you want to improve some specific cognitive skills!

Start your online brain fitness program with CogniFit now!