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A New Study By CogniFit Finds That Individuals Can Triple Their Cognitive Benefits When Brain Training Continuously Over 6 Months
Date:3/26/2013

for 5 or 6 cycles eventually tripled the gains obtained compared with one training cycle.

Mr. Carlos Rodriguez, CTO at CogniFit, explains: “People often wonder how long they should train to gain cognitive benefits. Previous studies show significant improvements after 3 months of training. Today, we have new data that shows how after 6 months of training, the cognitive gains will be not only be significant but also probably be noticeable by the users in their daily life. Cognitive training is fun, relaxing and most important, if practiced over long periods of time, does improve cognitive functioning significantly. The results are a clear-cut and constitute an important finding to fight age-related cognitive decline."

The study also showed that 98% of all individuals who engaged in cognitive training during one training cycle had improved on, at least, one cognitive ability. By the time they reached 5 training cycles, all individuals (100%) had improved on at least one single cognitive ability. Thus, the study shows that not only cognitive benefits do continue to grow with longer-duration training but that at the same time, the number of people who improve their performance from cycle to cycle also grows, until all participants improve their cognitive performance.

Who are the people who persevere and continue to train for more than 4 cycles? The results show that the same proportions of men and women do. However, the groups that continue to train with more consistency have usually a larger proportion of people aged over 50 even if younger adults are also represented. It is possible that increased perseverance in these groups answers a perceived need to correct declining cognition, which usually occurs after 40 years of age.

About CogniFit

CogniFit (http://www.cognifit.com) is a leading developer of online brain fitness and brain training programs.


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