There’s extremely good news out there for reducing the risk of dementia without the use of drugs.
It’s a computer brain exercise called “speed training” that beats out memory and reasoning exercises – all of which get users to visually process information quicker. In fact, a ten year study revealed speed training can potentially cut the risk of developing dementia by 48% ten years later
The results of the study named Active – for Advanced Cognitive Training in Vital Elderly, were released last Sunday at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Toronto.
There’s more good news – the computer “speed training” brain exercise is available for subscription, online, right now. It’s a program called “Double Decision Exercise” offered by Brain HQ which licensed the training from the researchers who created it.