Several studies have shown that cognitive functions – including memory, attention, multitasking – can be trained.
Scientists say: Brain workouts do improve memory1, reduce stress sensation and make you a happier person by reducing depression symptoms2,3. They can even reduce the risk of Dementia by 48%4. We say: Experience it with your own brain and tell us how you feel afterwards. Please accept our gift – half off on all plans.
Why do we drink alcohol? Is it the stimulating or calming effect that we enjoy or does it make us appreciate the setting we're in? Science has looked at what makes us become addicted and it seems like the reasons change over time.
Sleepwalking - though thoroughly studied - has always been a mystery to science. But new findings are bringing a little light into its darkness. Will these findings finally reveal the secret behind sleepwalking?
The human laughter has been studied for many centuries. We know for example that there are several different types of laughter. Now, new studies reveal just how significant our laughter is for our social interactions.
If you have trained with NeuroNation exercises before, you may have come across our language exercises such as 'Dictionary', 'Password', 'Eloquence', and 'Word Craft'. These exercises are guaranteed to be fun, but how effective are they in training your language skills?
Most tips for studying effectively try to make learning easier for you but still require you to step-up your effort. Not so the ones we want to present to you: Here are three effortless study tips.
Are our memories ever really gone or do they just hide away deep down in our memory? Revolutionary research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reveals that with a certain type of stimulation, long-lost information can be reactivated.
Social networks have changed the way we communicate. They have given us a platform to stay in touch with our loved ones wherever we are. But they have also turned us into masters of self-presentation to the point where portraying our lives has become more important than living life itself. Studies show that the trend to constantly optimize our self-presentation is a very unhealthy one.
It is common in our society to complain about stress in our jobs. And indeed, the negative consequences of a stressful job are quite evident. However, newest studies reveal that there are also positive aspects that show: the more challenging your job, the longer you stay mentally fit.
In our youth-obsessed culture, the advantages of getting older are often overlooked. One of these advantages is that with age comes a better memory. This may sound strange as generally the opposite is believed to be true. But maybe we should stop giving aging such a hard time - and start seeing its benefits.