Get to Know Your Brain
The brain – the most vital organ to everyday functioning – has a remarkable capacity for growth and can be primed for productivity, efficiency and flexibility. Monitoring fitness is just as essential for your brain as it is for your body.
Get your BrainHealth® Index. Learn your brain's current state of performance and how you can improve it. Gain personalized feedback and strategies that can give you a mental edge.
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How It Works
A Higher Category of Health
Brain health is much more than just one thing – it includes aspects of memory, intellectual function (the old IQ), emotional intelligence and much more. Cognitive neuroscience informs us that these elements are deeply integrated. Strengths in one area can offset or compensate for losses in another.
This adaptability of the brain is relevant to uncovering ways to support individuals in their day-to-day life, no matter their age or circumstances.
BrainHealth Index: A Sample
A HOLISTIC PERSPECTIVE
The BrainHealth Index is a proprietary assessment of overall brain performance. It is measured by a comprehensive set of scientifically robust measures of cognitive, emotional, social and real-life functioning.
Sophisticated analysis confirms the strong commonalities in brain networks, yielding three key factors that affect a person’s ability to thrive in their life context.
Learn more about each factor below.
Clarity is the readiness to reason through complex situations, find optimism in crisis, prioritize rest and create new opportunities and solutions.
Outlook Interpretations Memory Innovation Sleep Strategic Attention Compassion
Resilience is the capacity to connect with a social support system and find purpose in daily life.
Social Support Happiness Satisfaction Resilience Social Engagement Meaningful Activities Compassion
Fortitude is the ability to remain emotionally balanced in the face of difficult situations, to handle adversity and to find moments of joy.
Anxiety Stress Happiness Depression
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