Faster Thinking

I could just think faster. I could memorize numbers better. It built my confidence in dealing with information that would have been frustrating in my brain before. Jamie M.

Even the quickest of us could benefit from being quicker. And increasing brain speed gets even more important with age. Although with each passing year, our wisdom grows, our brains also tend to slow down a little. Several of the BrainHQ exercises (see recommendations below) are explicitly designed to improve brain health and speed up the brain, so you can think faster and more efficiently in every situation. Studies show that using our exercises speeds up processing by an average of 135%, so that the average 70-year-old achieves the speed of someone in their 30s.

Jamie M., quoted above, used his faster thinking to resolve a frustrating tax problem that had been troubling him for years. What could faster thinking help you accomplish?