How does a 41-year-old stay sharp enough to quarterback his sixth Superbowl victory? He uses BrainHQ.
You or your parents should, too, because a peer-reviewed ten-year 2,800-subject study showed that doing just a few hours of these exercises dramatically lowered the incidence of dementia. And more than 100 other peer-reviewed papers have added to the chorus that something real happens here — something that doing crossword puzzles does not achieve.
There are even studies showing that the exercises help with tinnitus . . . cut down on auto accidents . . . and help with PTSD. But the big allure is dementia.
Check it out here and sign on for a free trial. Or give BrainHQ to your parents or grandparents. Imagine if a simple gift like this could spare them that nightmare — and you, the sadness and burden of having to deal with it.
Just 14 hours of the exercises over ten years cut the incidence of dementia by 48%. What effect would 10 minutes a day have. (At even just two days a week, that works out to 173 hours, not 14.)
As long-time readers know, I own a small stake in BrainHQ. But don’t let that stop you. I will apply anything I earn from your purchase to an extension of your subscription.
Quote of the Day
Nobody goes there anymore - it's too crowded.~Yogi Berra (a true contrarian)
Request email delivery
- Apr 6:
Two Listens: A Minute And An Hour
- Apr 3:
Why? Why? Why? Who? Watch!
- Apr 2:
Make These Weeks Count
- Apr 1:
The Path To Re-Opening
- Mar 31:
Equal Time: Listen To Trump Activists
- Mar 30:
The Doctor Is In
- Mar 27:
The Word From St. Louis: Not Your Ordinary Recession
- Mar 26:
Using This Time Well
- Mar 25:
Take It From An Idiot
- Mar 24:
Potential Good News? UPDATED
- Apr 6: