How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

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How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:23 am

How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health?

Find out with a free brain grade test!

http://www.braingradetest.com/?ll_leid=22&refer=682

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Re: How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:34 am

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Brain Health Report
Your Grade: C
Your brain grade is a summary of your overall cognitive health today. Based on your lifestyle choices, we have compiled a complete brain health report with personalized analysis and suggestions for improvement from our neuroscientists.
You’ve completed the Brain Grade test! Now take the next step to better brain health with Lumosity.com's Brain Training Program.

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DIET ANALYSIS

You're eating enough fish or shellfish to have a positive effect on your brain. Learn more.
You're not eating enough foods high in antioxidants. Improve this.
You picked chocolate, a good choice for brain health. Learn more.
You may be consuming too much alcohol. Improve this.
EXERCISE ANALYSIS

You're not getting regular aerobic exercise. Improve this.
You're not getting regular strength training. Improve this.
HEALTH ANALYSIS

You don't have too much stress, and that's good for your brain. Learn more.
You're not getting enough sleep. Improve this.
LIFESTYLE ANALYSIS

Your brain health can be positively affected by your strong social network. Learn more.
You're doing cognitively stimulating activities that are good for your brain. Learn more.
You could be taking on new challenges. Improve this.
Training your brain isn't part of your weekly routine. Improve this.
COGNITION ANALYSIS

You have few problems with cognition, but should still take care of your brain. Learn more.
Lumosity.com’s Brain Training Program has been shown to enhance cognition and improve working memory.

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Re: How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by SEXY MAMA on Fri Nov 11, 2011 10:17 am

Your Grade: A-
Your brain grade is a summary of your overall cognitive health today. Based on your lifestyle choices, we have compiled a complete brain health report with personalized analysis and suggestions for improvement from our neuroscientists.
You’ve completed the Brain Grade test! Now take the next step to better brain health with Lumosity.com's Brain Training Program.

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DIET ANALYSIS

You're drinking a moderate amount of coffee or tea. Improve this.
You're eating enough fish or shellfish to have a positive effect on your brain. Learn more.
You're not eating enough foods high in antioxidants. Improve this.
You picked chocolate, a good choice for brain health. Learn more.
You avoid excess alcohol consumption; that's good for your brain. Learn more.
EXERCISE ANALYSIS

You're not getting regular aerobic exercise. Improve this.
You're not getting regular strength training. Improve this.
HEALTH ANALYSIS

You don't have too much stress, and that's good for your brain. Learn more.
You're getting enough sleep to keep your brain in good shape. Learn more.
You abstain from smoking. Learn more.
LIFESTYLE ANALYSIS

Your brain health can be positively affected by your strong social network. Learn more.
You're doing cognitively stimulating activities that are good for your brain. Learn more.
You're improving your brain health by taking on new challenges. Learn more.
Training your brain isn't part of your weekly routine. Improve this.
COGNITION ANALYSIS

You have few problems with cognition, but should still take care of your brain. Learn more.
Lumosity.com’s Brain Training Program has been shown to enhance cognition and improve working memory.

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Re: How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:22 am




My Report reads the same as yours mama x

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Re: How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 1:39 pm

Brain Health ReportYour Grade: A
Your brain grade is a summary of your overall cognitive health today. Based on your lifestyle choices, we have compiled a complete brain health report with personalized analysis and suggestions for improvement from our neuroscientists.You’ve completed the Brain Grade test! Now take the next step to better brain health with Lumosity.com's Brain Training Program.
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You're drinking a moderate amount of coffee or tea. Improve this. (2 cups a day!!!!!)

Neuroscientist's Tip: Consider switching to decaf. While some previous research has shown some neural benefits to drinking coffee and tea –- perhaps because of the antioxidants they contain -- our research suggests that drinking too much coffee and tea is associated with slowed processing speed.

You're eating enough fish or shellfish to have a positive effect on your brain. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Keep eating fish. You’re eating 3 or more servings a week of fish, shellfish, flaxseed oil, walnuts, or cooked soybeans and that means your brain is getting a good amount of the omega-3 fatty acids that are critical for communication between brain cells. Be careful not to overdo it, however. Certain types of fish have been shown to be high in chemical such as mercury, which can have negative effects on the brain.
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is a particularly important omega-3 fatty acid that is a component of the structure of brain cells.
The antioxidant-rich foods you're eating are good for cognitive fitness. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Keep eating foods with lots of antioxidants. You have a diet high in antioxidant-rich foods. That’s great! Certain types of berries, beans, and vegetables are high in antioxidants and are highly beneficial for cognitive function.
You picked chocolate, a good choice for brain health. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Chocolate can be good for the brain! Dark chocolate is a good dessert choice for your brain. Dark chocolate contain high levels of antioxidants, which have been shown to be helpful in maintaining cognition.
The higher the percentage of cocoa in the chocolate, the healthier it is.

You consume alcohol in moderate amounts that can keep your brain healthy. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Maintain moderate alcohol consumption. Several recent studies have shown that drinking low to moderate amounts of alcohol can have a positive effect on brain health. Remember that it’s important to keep your consumption to no more than 3 alcoholic drinks per day for men or no more than 2 alcoholic drinks per day for women.

Exercise analysis
You're not getting regular aerobic exercise. Improve this. (with my knees!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
Neuroscientist's Tip: Get more aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise leads to the growth and development of brain cells, and may even stimulate the production of new brain cells. Adding some aerobic exercise to your exercise regimen will increase your brain grade.
Lack of aerobic exercise is associated with declines in cognition, and may increase the risk of dementia.
You're doing enough strength training to positively impact your brain health. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Maintain or increase your strengthening exercise. Strength training is an important part of overall fitness and a key to keep your brain healthy. Increasing the amount of strength training in your exercise regimen will increase your brain grade.
Strong muscles improve balance and reduce frailty, making it less likely that you will experience a serious injury that could restrict your movements and throw your brain-healthy lifestyle out of balance.
Health analysis

Stressfuls events have been a part of your life in the past year. Improve this. (Don't talk daft!!!!!!!!!!!!_
Neuroscientist's Tip: Keep your brain healthy to help deal with stress. You indicated that you have had some very stressful events in the past year. Stressful life events have been associated with problems of cognition. Keeping your brain healthy in other areas can help you prepare for and recover from these stressors.
You're not getting enough sleep. Improve this.

Neuroscientist's Tip: Get more sleep. Getting enough sleep is critical for proper brain function. The brain consolidates learning and memory during sleep. Maintaining regular sleeping habits is critical for cognitive function and brain health in general. While the ideal amount of sleep differs by individual, most need between 6-8 hours for optimal cognitive performance.

You abstain from smoking. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Continue to abstain from smoking. Smoking can be detrimental to your cognitive function in a variety of ways, and has been linked to an increased incidence of cognitive decline. By not smoking, you're keeping your brain, and body as a whole, in much better shape.

Lifestyle analysis
Your brain health can be positively affected by your strong social network. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Connect with your social network. Your social network is improving your brain grade.
Having a close and active social network has been shown to be associated with a reduced risk of cognitive problems in aging.

You're doing cognitively stimulating activities that are good for your brain. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Keep doing cognitively stimulating activities. While there has been little rigorous study of the benefits of particular leisure time activities, many scientists believe that engaging in cognitively stimulating activities is good for keeping the brain sharp.

You're improving your brain health by taking on new challenges. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Continue to challenge yourself. Continue to challenge yourself. Taking on new challenges is an important part of keeping your brain functioning its best. Brain plasticity, the ability for the brain to reorganize itself, is spurred on by new challenges.
The cognitive training you're doing each week is good for your brain. Learn more.
Neuroscientist's Tip: Do more brain training. It’s good that you’re working on cognitive training. Training more often will lead to even greater benefits.
Studies have shown that doing cognitive training exercises can improve attention, memory, and fluid intelligence. These types of exercises have also been shown to have benefits for driving performance and health-related quality of life.
Cognition analysis
You have few problems with cognition, but should still take care of your brain

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Re: How do your lifestyle choices affect your brain's health? Find out with a free brain grade test!

Post by Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:53 pm

Mine is grade A

Did anyone do the free trial tests? I got 11 lumosity points in total (??)
Got 100% in my first test. The bird game is a good one. The tile one was the hardest.

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