Be Thankful for a Healthy Brain This Thanksgiving! 

Fit Brains Be Thankful for a Healthy Brain

Thanksgiving is upon us! Did you know more people celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States than Christmas? It’s not hard to see why. It’s a holiday that’s filled with delicious food, family and friends, football and good cheer. Turkey, pumpkin pie and stuffing with loved ones? Mmm, yes please! That’s plenty to be thankful for!

We Want To Thank You!

More importantly, Thanksgiving is a day for gratitude. We here at Fitbrains are grateful that you’ve made us the #1 education app across 90 countries! We hope that you continue enjoying our app. And thank you for using our leading brain training program.

Gratitude Leads to Happiness

Did you know showing gratitude can lead to a happy, healthy brain? Being thankful creates dopamine and serotonin, which makes you feel good. It’s also a sign of emotional intelligence (EQ). The higher your EQ, the easier it is to feel grateful. Showing gratitude also creative a positive feedback loop within your social circle which leads to better relationships.

So what are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? Take a few moments to reflect upon your blessings including a healthy brain!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Fit Brains!

And, during your holiday, give your brain a boost with our fun games!

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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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Superfoods for A Super You!

Fit Brains Superfoods

You are what you eat! Studies indicate that your brain cells can regenerate even as you age. Food is a key factor in this and there are some great superfoods for your noggin’.

1. Berry Clever

Blueberries protect the brain from oxidative stress, lower the effects of age-related brain diseases, enhance learning capacity and motor skills. Plus this delicious fruit boosts memory. They are super brain food! Throw some blueberries into a smoothie for a healthy, delicious breakfast.

2. Nuttin’ Sharper

Walnuts, the ‘king’ of nuts is chock full of neuroprotective compounds that help motor skills, learning and memory. Its’ antioxidants help fight against the decline of cognitive aging. Munch on a handful of these yummy nuts today!

3. Smarty Fruity

Avocado, is a nutrient-dense fruit, it contains monounsaturated fat which helps blood flow, lowers blood pressure and cholesterol. This superfood is also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E. Slice some avocados into a salad and give your brain a boost!

Fit Brains Fun Games

Fit Brains offers the most and widest variety of fun games that stimulate all 6 key areas of your brain. Find out how you compare against your peers.

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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

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Introducing our All-New Fit Brains for Android!

All-New Fit Brains App for Android

Fit Brains has just launched an all-new app for Android! It’s free to download so try it today.

More Games, More Variety

We’ve upped the fun by more than doubling the amount of games
in our Android app. Plus, our games have a fun new look and
feel. With sessions that train your cognitive intelligence,
we continue to offer the most games and the
most variety of any brain trainer.

Multi-Device Access

We’ve taken care to create an optimal and seamless experience whether you train from your phone, tablet or computer. When you upgrade on Android you’ll also have access to even more games and personalized training programs on our website for a total of 60+ games and 500+ training sessions.

New Training Tools

Our new app features new reporting tools to help you better track your game performance. See how you do over time and compare yourself to other people like you!

Maximize Your Brain Training.

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The Fit Brains Team

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