Train and Exercise Brain with Lumosity

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Lumosity is a brain fitness program designed by neuroscientists based on the concept of neuroplasticity that is scientifically demonstrated to improve your memory, attention, cognitive control and processing speed. Essentially, Lumosity is a series of casual flash games and exercises that claimed to be able to train and reclaim your brain in order to improve mental fitness and reasoning.

Lumosity

Lumosity features 30-session engaging brain fitness online program series for complete and balanced workout each day or selection from entire library of activities to those prefer self-manage and self-control training. Each workout takes only 10 to 15 minutes per day, and users can save whatever for later. Best of all, Lumosity has built-in intelligent algorithms that calibrates each activity to your skill level. Lumosity will track users’ performance in each brain exercise and provides a detailed charts and summary statistics to show your memory ability improvement, or brain performance index.

Lumosity provides a free two-week trial where interested people can sign up and try out the program at no cost. Else, you can also do a series of test and check your LumosIQ to find out how quickly you think, how well you remember, and how effectively you attend to the world around you. In the test, you will play games such as shooting the camera on the birds while remembering a alphabet that represents the bird, direct the farmer to avoid the monsters to water the flowers, or match the shapes. The LumosIQ score represents your abilities across several of the most important cognitive functions, including memory, speed and attention.

Sign up to train your brain to function better at Lumosity. After 2 weeks free trial, there will be $9.95 charge per month to continue using the service.

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