Large-scale meta-analysis: Brain training may help prevent dementia

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A big meta-analysis by a research group led by Associate Professor Michael Valenzuela from the University of Sydney provides for the first time clear evidence, that cognitive training shows effects in people at risk to suffer from dementia.

The importance of taking these actions early on cannot be overstated: After breakout, training will not be able to stop the pathological development of dementia.

NeuroNation in the fight against dementia

NeuroNation is currently collaborating with the team of A/Prof. Valenzuela in a research project investigating the effects of computerized brain training and further lifestyle interventions on the prevention of dementia.

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Sources:

Hill, N. T. M. et al. Computerized cognitive training in older adults with mild cognitive impairment or dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Psychiatry Nov 14, (2016).

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