How To Get Someone To Fall & Stay In Love With You

Make Them Fall In Love With You

Are you going to be one of the 61.8% people who celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one? Whether you’re in love or not, your feelings stem from your brain and not your heart. Yes, that’s right. On average, it takes the human mind 1.5 to 4 minutes to determine attraction.

The 3 Stages of Love

Lust

The first stage is fired by oestrogen and testosterone in both genders.

Attraction

This second stage of love is sparked by 3 neurotransmitters: dopamine, adrenalin and serotonin. Ever had your heart race, your palms sweat and your mouth go dry when attracted to someone? You can thank adrenaline for that. Dopamine controls the reward and pleasure center of your brain and has been linked to devotion, focus and addiction. It can make you think “This One’s Perfect”. And, serotonin makes you lose your appetite and day-dream about your loved one all the time.

Attachment

This last phase is driven by 2 key hormones oxytocin and vasopressin which leads to long-term love. Oxytocin, the ‘cuddle hormone’ cements bonding, comfort and intimacy when the intense passion wears off. Vasopressin also facilitates commitment.

Speaking of love, we bet you’ll find our fun smart brain games irresistible – we have the most and widest variety on the market. Our games challenges all key brain areas including memory, logic, concentration, visual-spatial and thinking speed. Plus, we’re the only brain trainer that challenges both cognitive and emotional intelligence.

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New Game of The Month: Try Roshambo For Free!

Try Fit Brains New Game of the Month Roshambo

We’re excited to introduce February’s New Game of the Month! Here’s an early Valentine’s gift for you. From now until Feb. 15, get unlimited access to this exclusive Premium game for free! Engage and stimulate your logic skills. Are you up for some Roshambo?

About Our Game: Rock, Paper, Scissors

Choose the correct symbol. Rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, paper beats rock. It challenges you to quickly switch between different modes of thought.

Play for free, it’s now live in the app and also available on www.fitbrains.com! Train your brain in just 5 minutes with our fun, addictive version of Roshambo. Don’t wait, it’s only free to play through February 15th!

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Brain Hacks To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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As the end of January looms around the corner, will you be one of the 58% of people who will stick to their New Year’s resolutions after the first month? According to the Statistic Brain Research Institute, more 90% of us break them. It’s not just in North American where resolutions fail but it happens all across the world, thousands of resolutions are broken every year.  

Why is that and how can you beat the insurmountable odds?

Most of us find it difficult to stick to resolutions because we need willpower. And, we only have a finite amount of it as it gets used up throughout the day. Think about all the choices you have to make: salad or chocolate, drink or run and so on. A study conducted by Stanford University divided a group of undergraduates students into those who had to remember a 2 digit number and those who had to remember a 7 digit one. And, then, they had to take a quick walk and they were given a choice between cake or fruit. Can you guess the results? The ones who had to remember the shorter number were half as likely to choose the cake.

So wait. How does this knowledge help with resolutions? Willpower is like a muscle, the more you use it, the stronger you use it. Keeping this in mind, here are some ways to hack your brain to maintain your resolutions:

1. Choose Just 1 Goal

Don’t overwhelm your brain. Choose the one thing that you want to change the most. For example, I’ll challenge my brain by playing Fit Brains’ games.

2. K.I.S.S Keep It Simple 

Break down the resolution into one easy, small task. Then, it will be more simple for you to make it a habit. It typically takes 45 days to create a habit. So, if we use the example above, a simple task could be I’ll play Fit Brains’ games for just 5 minutes per day. And, here’s a bonus, our games are fun which leads to our third tip.

3. Make It Fun

You’re more likely to stick to your goal if you enjoy doing it.  Think of ways to make your change as fun as possible.

3. Make Yourself Accountable

Write it down and/or tell your friends, family and colleagues. There is mounting proof that your social group can significantly affect your behavior. So you can use your social network to receive positive support.

4. Focus On Your Wins

Give yourself rewards and positive feedback to improve your likelihood of success. Research by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, published recently in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, reveals that immediate rewards are strongly linked to achieving a long term goal. And, you know what else? The study found that immediate rewards were more effective than long-term delayed ones.

It’s not too late to make a resolution or to create a new one! If you think about it, is there anything more important than challenging your brain? Make 2017 your best year yet! Fit Brains’ games challenges all areas of your brain including memory, logic, concentration, visual-spatial and speed of thinking. Plus, we’re the only brain trainer that challenges both cognitive and emotional intelligence. If that’s not enough to convince you, we have the most and widest variety of fun smart games on the market.

The best part?  You can get started now with a Fit Brains Free Trial!

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New Game of the Month: Traffic Lights, Play for Free!

New Game of the Month Traffic Lights

We’re excited to introduce our New Game of the Month, Traffic Lights! It’s one of our Premium speed of thinking games. Designed by neuroscientists and game experts, it’s both fun and rewarding. And, better yet, from now until February 1st, you can play Traffic Lights for free, anytime, anywhere! Are you ready for the challenge?

Your Traffic Lights Challenge

Click anywhere as fast as possible once you see the green light. This game is designed to stimulate your reaction speed, an important skill required to make quick decisions based on important information, for example, when you are driving.

Are you a Speed Demon? Find out!

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The Best in Brain News: January Digest

Fit Brains Monthly Brain Digest

Happy New Year! Wishing you health, happiness and success in 2017! Read about current brain news and leading brain research in our latest monthly brain digest.

Brain Science: Why Your Brain Makes New Year’s Resolutions So Difficult to Stick To and Ways to Work Around It

Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? Less than 10% of Americans usually stick to their resolutions. Learn why and how you can rewire your brain for success. Discover the secret to keeping your resolution now!

Brain Research: Recent Study Shows Runners Have Stronger Brain Connections Which Helps Brain Function

Are you considering running as one of your 2017 resolutions? A study by researchers at the University of Arizona may convince you! They found that running helps brain function, especially those involving complex cognitive skills like planning, problem solving and multitasking. The scientists also believe that these benefits would also help cognitive function later in life. Read more about this interesting study then why not go for a quick run today!

Brain Psychology: The Way Complaining Sets Your Brain Up For Negativity

Did you know that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation? And, due to the wiring in your brain, the more you repeat a behaviour, the more easier it is to do? It’s the phenonmenon known as “neurons that fire together, wire together”. Complaining has negative effects on your brain and health. In fact, studies show that negative thoughts shrink the brain. Learn 4 easy methods to stop complaining and add it to your resolutions list!

Brain & Emotional Intelligence (EQ): Top Reasons Why EQ Is Increasingly Becoming A Top Job Skill  

Emotional intelligence (EQ), by 2020 will be one of the top 10 job skills according to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report. EI has increasingly become more important in the workplace. It is a key factor for job hires, promotions and salary increases. Learn more about the importance of EQ and try one of our EQ games today. We’re the only brain trainer that challenges both cognitive and emotional intelligence.

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