Memories are made up of what you sense. When memory fails, it’s not because you forgot how to remember—it’s because your brain isn’t processing information very clearly. Our Memory exercises can sharpen the brain’s ability to record what you see and hear so that you can create a crystal-clear memory that’s easy to recall. Click a brain exercise below to learn about it or try a BrainHQ exercise now.
|Memory Grid||To-Do List Training||Syllable Stacks|
Does it drive you crazy when you can’t remember where you put your keys? You probably weren’t paying much attention when you set them down. Each of our Attention exercises is designed to help retrain the brain to focus its attention, so you feel more aware and less distracted. Click a brain exercise below to learn about it or try a BrainHQ exercise now.
|Divided Attention||Double Decision||Mixed Signals||Target Tracker||Freeze Frame|
When it comes to brain speed, every millisecond counts. How quickly your brain can process events around you determines how effectively you can react to and remember those events. Find out how training your brain with our Brain Speed exercises can have you operating at top speed. Click a brain exercise below to learn about it or try a BrainHQ exercise now.
|Eye for Detail||Fine Tuning||Hawk Eye||Sound Sweeps||Visual Sweeps|
It can be hard to remember names and faces, to participate in conversations in loud places, to read people’s emotions effectively. But all these types of skills are real benefits when dealing with others—whether you’re at a party or meeting new clients. Try our People Skills exercises and see how they can increase your chances of success. Click a brain exercise below to learn about it or try a BrainHQ exercise now.
|Face to Face||In the Know||Recognition||Face Facts|
With age, most people get wiser—but certain types of complex thinking get harder. When you have to manipulate multiple pieces of information quickly, you can get slower and more frustrated. With our Intelligence exercises, you can improve that skill to feel at the top of your game. Click a brain exercise below to learn about it or try a BrainHQ exercise now.
|Card Shark||Auditory Ace||Juggle Factor|
To feel comfortable with new experiences, we have to be able to navigate the world confidently. Finding a new restaurant, figuring out the metro in a new city, even following a map of a museum—good navigation can help you enjoy life with less stress.