Lumosity – Human Cognition Project (and lots of fun)!

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A friend of mine, Keith Korneluk, from Kingscast TV (if you like hockey and like to laugh you should check it out, they are hilarious!) recommended me try this site awhile back and I didn’t sign up right away but eventually did on January 5th of this year. It’s called Lumosity.com.

It’s a great site to keep your brain fresh and working hard. I must say I’m very impressed with all the tracking of results it keeps for you. It’s almost addictive to see if you can keep improving and it even tracks your “Brain Performance Indicator”.

What is BPI you ask?

Brain Performance Index (BPI) is a measure of cognitive performance.

It is based on the combined results of your best games in each Brain Area – Memory, Attention, Speed, Flexibility, Problem Solving.

Here’s an example of a report you would see in your account (FYI, this is not mine, although mine is similar):

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You can also see how your BPI compares to others in your age group overall and also by brain area. I’m pretty excited to say I’ve been improving the entire time. I hope that’s a good sign that the hard work is paying off! I’m doing it to keep my brain as fresh as possible after all the treatment over the past year, but I really believe it is beneficial for anyone at any stage of your life!

You can sign up for a free demo account with limited access (a month I believe) or pay a small amount for a yearly account – approx 75$/year. I think it’s a great investment if you want to keep fresh and have fun while at it!

Has anyone else signed up and enjoyed it? Have you felt better since using the site? Please let us know in the comments if you have! Thanks.

Lots of love… off to do some Lumosity,

Adrian

2 thoughts on “Lumosity – Human Cognition Project (and lots of fun)!

  1. I’ve noticed a huge difference using Lumosity. I do this first thing in the morning Monday through Friday when I get to the office and it really gets the brain cells firing. We work our bodies through exercise, we feed ourselves nutritious foods but we don’t often exercise our minds. This is great. I’ve seen a huge change in overall mental clarity by playing these games. To me, it’s a worthwhile investment. Glad you’re doing it too, Ade!

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