Safer Driving

I began avoiding night driving since I felt my vision had lessened in those conditions. After a few weeks of the exercises, I was astonished to find that I have dramatically better vision and focus when I drive in the dark. What a wonderful improvement in life quality!Elaine C.

You might not think of driving safety as a function of brain health. But in fact, when you're behind the wheel your brain is important safety equipment. If another driver runs a red light or a deer runs in front of your car, it's up to your brain to notice and send a message to your feet to step on the brake. Even a minor fender bender that doesn't harm you can hurt your wallet.

Several of the BrainHQ exercises improve “useful field of view” and speed up reaction time, so that when a danger comes your way you can stop in time. Studies show that one of our exercises, Double Decision, cuts at-fault crash risk by an average of almost 50%.