Introducing our New Game, Something Similar!

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We’re excited to introduce our fun New Game of the Month, Something Similar! And, we’re celebrating our launch by giving you FREE access for a limited time to this exclusive PREMIUM web game. From now through April 24, you can play for free. Delight and challenge your logic! Do you have what it takes to set the top score? Bet you’ll love it!  Try Something Similar now.

How to Play

Select 2 shapes that share something in common: same shape, color, or pattern. Remember speed counts too! This game challenges your ability to compare essential information in dissimilar objects.

What You’ll Train

Something Similar was designed to stimulate your ability to quickly switch between different kinds of information, something we do frequently. It’s a key skill required to perform well in your daily life.

Spring into action this season. Try Fit Brains new game Something Similar
game today.  Sign up for our FREE TRIAL or login to your account!  You’ll have fun while you
stimulate your brain!  Don’t wait, Guess Who is only free to play through April 24th!

Introducing Our New, Fun Brain Game, Guess Who!

We’re excited to introduce our brand new brain game, Guess Who! Delight and challenge your memory! Even better, Guess Who is an exclusive PREMIUM game but to celebrate, you get to play for FREE for 2 weeks!  Start your adventure now!

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How to Play Guess Who?

Memorize these names and faces. Can you remember these faces and set the top score? Play on any web browser at Fitbrains.com or train-on-the-go with our app. This fun memory game will stimulate your ability to remember faces and the names, an important skill for networking and socializing with others.

So what are you waiting for?

Try Fit Brains new Guess Who game today. Sign up for our FREE TRIAL or login to your account!  You’ll have fun while you stimulate your brain and exercise your memory skills!  Don’t wait, Guess Who is only free to play through March 25th!

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Your Brain. It’s what your Valentine wants most!

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Your Brain In Love

Valentine’s Day. Love or loath it? Whatever your feelings are, they come from your brain and not your heart! That’s right, when you are attracted to someone it’s really driven by chemicals in your brain!  

At first, the sex chemicals testosterone and estrogen kick off what we call “lust” for someone.

A trifecta of brain chemicals affect your mood: dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine. Dopamine, the feel-good, can’t-get-enough, neurotransmitter gets released during the initial ‘I met someone, ooh you’re kinda cute’ stage. The heart racing, butterflies in your stomach, palms sweating early dating phase is due to norepinephrine. It’s responsible for infatuation and excitement. Ever found yourself thinking about your love interest 24/7? That’s due to serotonin.

And when we fall in love, dopamine gets released and makes you crave your love interest. The part of the brain that lights up with cocaine addiction, also lights up with love. It’s no wonder star-crossed lovers are willing to die for each other! In fact, the love drive is stronger than the sex drive! Love is addictive but like drugs, the love high becomes less strong over time. That’s why people can also fall out of love after a few months.  If you do stay together you can thank the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin, which when released can make you feel more attached and committed to your partner.

Did you know your brain can also be one of your most attractive assets when you are trying to find that perfect partner?

For all you single men out there, most women want their other half to be equally intelligent, according to an annual Singles in America survey. No mimbos wanted. And, men also want a partner who’s smart and ambitious.  So, forget primping and priming for Valentine’s day. Instead, let your brain do its thing for you!

Need some extra brain stimulation to impress that Valentine?  If you need to give your brain some extra challenge and entertainment, try Fit Brains fun brain games!  And, you can take advantage of our special Valentine’s offer of 60% off a premium subscription, including gifts! 

With Fit Brains you get:

* 50+ fun, addictive (in a good way) games
* 20 Web ONLY games available on Fitbrains.com
* Emotional intelligence training in addition to cognitive training
* Personalized workouts anytime, anywhere

BUY NOW AT 60% OFF!

The Fit Brains Team

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Give the Gift of a Healthy Brain this Holiday Season!

Couple passing giftIt’s the holidays and many of us are scrambling around trying to find that perfect gift for someone special (or, maybe just ANY gift at this point!)  While it may feel like a chore to pick out a gift, giving someone a gift is actually good for your brain!  That’s right, not only is it fun to receive gifts, when you give a gift it’s proven to have a positive effect on your mental well-being!

Studies at the National Institutes of Health found that gift-giving activates different regions in your brain linked to pleasure, social connection and trust, which is good for the overall health of your brain.  What’s more, when you give, you also tend to create an atmosphere of generosity, increasing the likelihood that others around you will be more generous too!  (Yeah, this could work in your favor!)    

Before you rush to the first item you see, keep in mind that the positive effects will be more powerful if you give a gift that is meaningful.  And, who doesn’t want to challenge their brain? Fit Brains has something to offer everyone.  And, with the most games and variety of any brain training program on the market, it’s sure to entertain anyone.  

Take advantage of our special 60% off Holiday Gift Promo! Give that perfect gift!

BUY A GIFT NOW WITH 60% OFF

Happy Shopping!

The Fit Brains Team

“Brain Training Success”

Train Your Brain On National Dunce Day!

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In honor of National Dunce day we bring you a bit of history about the term “dunce,” and we implore you not to be one.  Dunce day is named for Duns Scotus, a medieval scholar from Scotland, who believed that wearing a cone shaped hat increased one’s learning potential.  The idea was that knowledge would flow from the tip of the hat down into the brain.  Not surprisingly, the idea didn’t really catch on (though it would be pretty great if it actually was this easy to learn new things), and anyone wearing the “dunce cap” was in turn called a “dunce” (and it wasn’t anymore positive then than it is now).

Now, you can choose to either celebrate Dunce day by celebrating stupidity, or you can honor it as a day of improving your brain through brain training.  (We’d offer up a list of stupid things you can do if you choose the former, but we’re afraid that will land us in a heap of trouble so you’re on your own if you go that route.)  

Instead, on this day we want to motivate you to hearken back to the original intentions of Duns Scotus and set aside some time to try and better yourself and train your brain for better health and wellness.  Read a book, train your brain with Fit Brains fun brain games, play some chess, find something that speaks to you today, which can also boost your intellect and your brain health!

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The Future of Brain Fitness Meets the Future of TV!

 

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Try a Popular Game on Apple TV

At Fit Brains we have proven to be on the cutting edge of Brain Fitness and our latest partnership with Apple TV is no exception!  That’s right, Fit Brains has just gotten even more convenient and fun to use!  Imagine playing our fun and engaging brain games on the big screen from the comfort of your couch.  Be gone, couch potato guilt…you are doing something great for the health of your brain!

You can train each of the six (6) cognitive skills on our TV app.  Train your memory, logic, focus, language, speed of thinking and visual-spatial recognition while playing games on your TV! We’ve selected some of our most popular games, including Stacked Discs, for our TV app.  And you’ll love the thrill of working your mental speed with our fast paced game, Speed Sort!  With Fit Brains for Apple TV you’ll find a game to engage all the areas of your brain.

All you need to do is download our FREE app from the app store first, and then you will be able to download the app on Apple TV.  Discover a fun, quick way to challenge and entertain your mind!

Download for FREE on Apple TV now! You’ll love the results.

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Your Shrinking Brain, Spookiest Thing Ever!

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What You Should Be Afraid of Most

Zombies, witches, machete-wielding maniacs, the typical horrors of Halloween have nothing on your shrinking brain.  That’s right.  SHRINKING BRAIN.  Prepare to be scared.  

You may feel perfectly healthy, but your brain is shrinking and you are losing as much as 0.4% of your brain mass every.single.year.  Obviously this isn’t good news.  A shrinking brain means loss of memory and mental sharpness, severe depression and even premature death (cue the sound of that machete-wielding maniac).    

Take heart on this darkest of days.  There are things you can do to prevent your brain from shrinking further and improve your brain health!

  • Get a good night’s sleep (every night).  This is critical.  Every hour of reduced sleep duration= a 0.67% decrease in cognitive function!  
  • Don’t smoke.  I don’t think we need to go into much more detail about this one, but we’ll just add that smoking is associated with faster brain shrinkage and poor brain health.
  • Feel free to indulge in a little light alcohol consumption (this is our favorite tip), but don’t overdue or you’ll only make things worse for your brain (not to mention your liver…) A standard drink= 14.0 grams or 0.6 ounces of pure alcohol.
  • Supplement with B vitamins, specifically a combination of folate, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6.  B vitamins regulate homocysteine, which if unchecked, can lead to significant brain shrinkage and dementia.
  • Indulge in Omega 3 fatty acids.  Salmon, walnuts, sardines, beef (specifically grass-fed), soybeans, flaxseeds, tofu, shrimp, brussels sprouts, and cauliflower are some of the foods that are rich in Omega 3’s.     
  • Have a daily dose of pomegranate.  Studies have demonstrated significant improvements in cognition and memory among those who consume 8 ounces of pomegranate juice daily!  
  • Find a way to get Resveratrol (a major component of red grapes and other dark fruits) into your body, whether you like to drink red wine in moderation, or you can simply take a Resveratrol supplement.  
  • Cognitive stimulation and training helps grow more brain cells which counteracts against brain shrinkage.  

So, while there is no denying that you should be worried about your shrinking brain, at least now you know that there is hope when you take the proper steps to maintain better brain health!

Be sure to follow our blog for more lifestyle & health tips.  And, you can always benefit your brain when you play Fit Brains fun brain games!  Try Fit Brains for FREE now! 

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