Does Brain Training Work?

Scientists used to think the brain was only capable of growing during childhood. But that is no longer considered true. In fact, the brain is capable of making big changes at any age. Scientists call this ability neuroplasticity.

As we begin to master a task, the brain establishes and strengthens the connections that contributed to its success. As it responds to visual, auditory, and motor-process stimulation, it actually changes shape and function, forging new connections and reforming old ones.

Enter brain training.

Using our robust suite of solutions, we have witnessed significant improvements in our clients’ lives in so many ways:

  • Improved grades and work performance
  • Reduced stress
  • Greater mobility
  • More effective communication skills
  • Better emotional regulation
  • Superior agility and reaction time
  • Reduction in motion sickness and vertigo
  • Improved sleep
  • Better relationships with family and friends

Academics

Parents will do anything to help their children overcome cognitive or educational difficulties. For children struggling with ADHD, Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism, and more, some parents hire private tutors for homework help, or seek out medication or therapy.

While we don’t discount such interventions, brain training can get to the root of these impairments. Brain training programs can promote cognitive development and enhance educational outcomes for children struggling with:

For clients struggling in academia, we have witnessed significant improvements through brain training. Benefits of brain training to improve in academics include:

  • Improved grades and work performance
  • Reduced stress
  • Better emotional regulation
  • Improved communication skills including listening comprehension
  • Superior agility and reaction time
  • Better relationships with family and friends

Athletics

For athletes looking to sharpen their game, Brain Train America provides the perfect mix of brain training programs to help you reach beyond your current capabilities.

Our fully-certified brain training staff uses a range of activities, including sophisticated audio systems, precise timing exercises, and neuro-timing workouts to help athletes achieve a faster, stronger and better performing brain which can elevate the performance of the entire body.

We have witnessed significant improvements in athletes who use brain training to improve their game. Benefits for athletes can include:

  • Superior agility and reaction time
  • Improved Eye-Hand Coordination
  • Improved Eye-Foot Coordination
  • Better Balance
  • Reduced stress
  • Better emotional regulation
  • Improved focus
  • Improved communication skills including listening comprehension
  • Better relationships with coaches, teammates, family and friends

Memory

Building and strengthening neural pathways through brain training can not only help with the earliest symptoms of Dementia or Alzheimer’s, but in some cases, it keeps the brain stronger so additional memory loss is slowed or even reversed.

Our brain training experts target and challenge your memory through a variety of brain exercises. With time, clients get better at brain training. They begin to feel the benefits, and this positive change transfers to their everyday life.

For clients utilizing brain training to improve memory, we have witnessed significant improvements including:

  • Improved working memory for people of all ages
  • Improved memory of people with mild cognitive impairments, including those showing the first signs of dementia
  • Improved concentration
  • Enhanced visual memory
  • Increased attention to detail
  • More consistent short term memory

Recovery

Our brain training recovery programs focus on neuroplasticity, the brain’s extraordinary ability to change. Retraining and strengthening neurological pathways allows clients to deal with many of the ill-effects caused by brain trauma.

At Brain Train America, our recovery programs have helped clients with the symptoms experienced due to:

  • Concussion
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Lyme Disease
  • Stroke
  • Other traumatic events including adoption and the fight/flight issues that can come with it