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Welcome to the Brain and Mind Fitness Revolution

We hope you enjoy our blog. We want to provide you with recent and relevant information and tools in the growing field of neuroscience-based Brain Fitness Programs and computer-based brain exercise.

Let’s start the fun. Do you know it all about how to exercise your brain and keep your brain fit and healthy? If so, please let us know! If not, you can ask any questions to SharpBrains’ Scientific Advisors. Dr. Gamon, author of bestsellers such as Building Mental Muscle: Conditioning Exercises for the Six Intelligence Zones, will lead the process to get your questions answered through our blog and in our website.

Please submit any questions by visiting our SharpBrains website. Sample questions: “I already work very hard, why would I need something else at all?”, “I heard that doing sudoku is good for my brain, is that true?”, “what is the difference between Posit Science and BrainAge?” Sample questions: “I already work very hard, why would I need something else at all?”, “I heard that doing sudoku is good for my brain, is that true?”, “what is the difference between Posit Science and BrainAge?”

Regards,

The SharpBrains Team

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  1. Thomas says:

    What could I do to systematicly create more and more neural connections? (increase IQ)

  2. Alvaro says:

    Hi Thomas, I hope our answer helps you. Do not hesitate to ask a follow-up questions.

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