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A New Peer-Reviewed Study Using CogniFit Brain Training Provides A Breakthrough In The Treatment Of Insomnia
Date:4/9/2013

enjoyable and rewarding new drug-free treatment for insomnia. The important added value for this age group is that cognitive function (and not only sleep) increases. Based on what we have learnt in this new study, CogniFit is an effective and affordable cognitive training solution to train people suffering from insomnia."

CogniFit helps users to learn and remember new cognitive information while playing brain games. It is well known that new information learnt during daytime requires sleep in order to consolidate (be assimilated by the brain). The researchers hypothesized that the newly information, learnt during the day through cognitive training, would require longer and uninterrupted sleep during the night for its consolidation and that on the nights following the training, the older adults would fall asleep sooner and sleep for a longer time period. This is exactly what happened during the study.

Countries around the world are facing a rapid increase in over-medication. Health-related software are becoming an interesting alternative solution to provide individuals with a more natural treatment such as insomnia.

About CogniFit

CogniFit is a leading developer of online brain fitness and brain training programs.

Founded in 1999, CogniFit has developed a unique and patented technology that allows consumers to assess and train their cognitive skills and abilities to improve their quality of life. CogniFit is headquartered in New York City with branches in Europe.

The CogniFit brain fitness platform offers a number of applications covering a large range of important cognitive domains such as concentration, memory and attention.
The platform is currently available in more than 55 countries and in 10 different languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Brazilian, Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic and Japanese. Th
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