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Brain Fitness is now recognized as a key ingredient in our overall well being and quality of life.

Happy Neuron games provide a balanced approach to brain fitness with a broad spectrum of challenging activities that cross train an array of critical thinking skills. And because every brain is different — just as every person is different, we offer a set of tools that include a record of your strengths and challenges, what you’ve accomplished, and where you need to work harder.

Research into “cognitive reserve” — the brain’s ability to create new neural pathways and connections that can be used as a sort of mental savings account – indicates that people can continue to operate at a high mental level throughout their lives by building these brain reserves.

Research continues to show that playing games sharpens and maintains maximum brain fitness for participants in all age groups. Over the last 25 years, scientists and physicians affiliated with medical schools and universities all over the world have followed and tested large groups of people to try to understand why some stay sharp and with-it over the span of their lives while others don’t. One key is cognitive exercise. A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that people who engaged in mental exercises, such as challenging, interactive games, at least four times a week reduced the probabilities of Alzheimer’s and dementia by as much as 65-75% compared to those who did not play at all or only played once a week. This study followed more than 450 people for over 20 years; the results have now been replicated in numerous studies at respected institutions around the world.

Happy Neuron, based on extensive scientific research, gives players a convenient, entertaining and challenging way to organize their brain workout. We now know that “use it or lose it” applies to our brains just as it does to our bodies, and that quick fixes just don’t work. Regular, consistent workouts are the key to making our brains fit for life.

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