New Game of the Month: Light Up Your Brain!

New Game of the Month Blinking Lights

We’re excited to introduce our New Game of the Month, Blinking Lights! Here’s an early holiday gift for you. From now until Dec 31, play this exclusive popular PREMIUM game for FREE, as many times as you want! Engage and stimulate your focus. Are you ready? Start today.

About Blinking Lights

Closely observe the pattern of flashing lights. Can you repeat the pattern? Try Blinking Lights, now live in the app and also available on www.fitbrains.com!

This fun game helps you remember patterns and sequences which stimulates your ability to concentrate. Playing for just 5 minutes trains your brain. But, we bet you’ll find it hard to put it down!

Try Blinking Lights now. Don’t wait, it’s only free to play until the end of the month!

Challenge and engage your logic skills.

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THE FIT BRAINS TEAM

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The Best in Brain News: December Digest

Fit Brains Monthly Brain Digest & Brain News

Read about current brain news and leading brain research in our latest monthly brain digest.

More Proof That Brain Training Helps Combat Dementia

Findings from an Australian study indicates that brain training can enhance memory and mood in older adults who suffer from mild cognitive impairment. Discover their findings!

Brain Training Games Help Lower ‘Chemobrain’ Issues

Researchers at the University of Sydney have discovered that brain training games involving focus, memory and visual abilities lower chemotherapy-induced neurological issues (“chemofog” or “chemobrain”) in cancer patients. Read more about their fascinating study.

Is It Better for Your Brain to Give Than Receive?

Does holiday gift shopping stress you out? Take heart, the act of giving is good for your brain and your overall life expectancy! Countless studies indicate that the act of giving is good for your brain, mood, health and overall longevity. Find out why and get into the holiday spirit!

Christmas Spirit & Your Brain!

Are you one of those people who can’t wait to put up Christmas decorations right after Thanksgiving? Or are you a Scrooge? Scientists have discovered that people who like Christmas have different brain activity than those who ‘bah humbug’ during the holidays. Their research is preliminary but they hope there might be a cure for all Scrooges one day. Read this festive brain news and get your holiday cheer on!

Challenge Your Brain! Fit Brains offers fun smart games for your mind.

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THE FIT BRAINS TEAM

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Want A Better Memory? Tips Backed by Science.

Fit Brains Girl Having Issues with Her Memory

Memory is a crucial brain skill in both our personal and professional lives. Here are some good habits that will help you remember better!

Catch Some Zzz’s
Sleep is crucial to help your ability to remember. The majority of our memory consolidation happens while we are sleeping. During sleep, the hippocampus is very active and transfers information to the neocortex, in other words, from short-term to long-term memory. Sleep also aids neurogenesis, the development of new brain cells. So make sure you get enough zzz’s.

Jog Your Memory
As the saying goes, a healthy body is a healthy mind. Research indicates that regular cardiovascular exercise for 20 to 30 minutes, 3 times per week, can enhance recall by bolstering the connections between brain cells. Physical activity also boosts the secretion of neurotrophic factor, a protein vital for long-term memory. Whatever you do, don’t be a couch potato.

Get Your Om On
Research indicates that meditation helps recall. Meditation has been found to help improve standardized exam scores and working memory in as little as 2 weeks.This mindful exercise can help you focus which, in turn, might help you remember. Some people even swear it lowers their stress levels. So why not give it a try yourself.

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The Fit Brains Team

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Our New Game of the Month: Rain Ripples!

Woman Enjoying Fit Brains Game

We’re excited to introduce our latest Premium focus game, Rain Ripples! What better way to stimulate your attention than with a fun challenging brain game?And, better yet, from now until the end of September, you can play Rain Ripples for free, anytime, anywhere! Designed by neuroscientists and entertainment experts, we bet Rain Ripples will be easy to pick up but hard to put down!

Your Challenge

Fit Brains Fun Brain Games

Can you count the number of rain drops splashing in the puddles? To master Rain Ripples, both accuracy and speed count! Don’t forget it’s not just about accuracy, speed counts too! Fit Brains games aren’t just about fun. Rain Ripples helps challenge your concentration when sorting through dynamic visual information, helping you block out visual distractions.

Have what it takes to set the top score?

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The Fit Brains Team

“Brain Training Success”

How to Meditate When You Think You Can’t

Woman Who Meditates

Meditation is a powerful practice that is good for both your brain and body. And, just like Fit Brains, you can do it for just 1 to 2 minutes anywhere, anytime with immediate benefits. So it’s a no-brainer that we should all do it.

Meditation 101 ‘Ommm’

1. Pick a general time

Meditate to start off your day but if you are too rushed in the morning, any time that’s convenient is fine. Just try to pick a time that you can do daily so it becomes easier to make it a habit.

2. Find a quiet spot

It can be your bed, a bench on a park or the beach.

3. Get into a comfortable position

Either sit or lie down. Don’t slouch. The ‘Savasana’ aka dead corpse pose in yoga is a great one, lie down with your palms facing up.

4. Keep your eyes open & soft

Focus your eyes on one spot and soften your eyes. If you have trouble concentrating, you can shut your eyes.

5. Focus on your breathing

Clear you mind of all thoughts. Follow the natural flow of your breath from your nose all the way down to your lungs. Notice how your chest, rib cage, shoulders and belly ebb and flow with each breath. If you start getting distracted (and you will), gently re-focus back on your breath. If you still can’t focus, then count to 5 while focusing on your breath. Don’t worry, in the beginning you may have thoughts flittering in and out of your mind or you may even fall asleep! Keep at it!

6. Do this for 1 to 2 minutes daily

Once you master meditating for a few minutes, increase the number of minutes the next week.

Namaste! Congratulations you’ve mastered your inner yogi. Now why not challenge your brain further?

Delight & Challenge Your Brain

Fit Brains Fun Brain GamesFit Brains is easy to pick up and hard to put down. With over 60+ games, we have the most and the widest variety of games on the market.

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The Fit Brains Team

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