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Welcome to EBT - Emotional Brain Training

Before you order, research first. Check the feedback on a specific training and program, what both experts and customers/users have said about the particular program. The success of brain training does not only rely on what kind of program you are using. It is combination of physical exercise, healthy lifestyle and training. Neurons It had been long established by science that neurons (nerve cells) are unique in that they will atrophy and die if they do not receive stimulations (either electrical or chemical) from their neighboring cells. Conversely, if these neurons are stimulated (by way of new sensations, new knowledge, and new experiences) they develop new neural connections between themselves. A day of driving home using a different route can make a big difference. Open up new pathways so as to increase awareness and interest thereby stimulating brain activity. Although technology is around to make your life easier, take some time off from your calculator and do your math mentally. Run the figures in your head to make sure that your brain is far from rusting. Just keep in mind that the brain develops when repeating certain skills. So you could stick with one kind of game of problem solving. According to a research performed by the University of Alabama led by Dr. Karlene Ball, different brain training could help in improving memory. In their research, there were four groups of people. Next time around if you want to get your mental acts together go out and enjoy what the world has to offer. Medical experts suggest that you spark up your brain at an early age. This act is important in storing cognitive reserves that will help you fend off brain damaging disorders. One method of attracting those reserves is by regularly hanging on to a book that can keep the motors on your brain running. Delaying Dementia With Brain Training In the landmark publication of a study in the August 4, 2009 issue of Neurology, it was reported that people engaged in brain exercises (brain training) such as reading, writing and playing card games may delay the onset of rapid memory decline that occurs if they later develop dementia. 

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