I'll have to try that one out. I just recently made an account on http://www.brainhq.com/ which is supposedly "clinically proven to improve cognitive performance" -- a couple of the free games were fun. I bought a 1mo subscription to MemTrax, but I found myself craving larger data sets (it's annoying to see images pop up from previous day's tests) and I was regularly hitting 100% with little room for improvement, so I didn't keep the membership. For fun, I've sketched up a couple small HTML-apps to play (ignore the sloppy code.)alysson wrote:Has anyone heard of or tried Fit Brains Cognitive Assessment? It's an app that can be downloaded on your iPhone or iPad. I did it the other day and can't say I did well. Same goes for my husband and a friend. All three of us scored about the same overall, but with diffferent strengths and weaknesses.
I mentioned this test to my therapist, and she said to ignore the test unless it has been scientifically validated. I didn't see any mention of that. I'd like to think the assessment is flawed!
Magnesium is one of the most vital nutrients in the body, and your body uses it abundantly. Glad you found it to benefit your heart rhythm. It probably benefited many other functions of which you are not aware. Soaking in a bathtub with a couple of cups of Epsom salts is a wonderful, relaxing way to get your magnesium and relieve your aches and pains. Salute` magnesium!marthaNH wrote:I have to admit that I can't bring myself to do any testing of this type, though I read these posts thinking that may someday change. I rationalize that my anxiety and self-consciousness about the test will skew my score, increasing my anxiety. This thread tempts to me start a new one asking people to "witness" the improvements they've seen in cognition and/or general health since adopting strategies learned from this site.
I am all but certain that SOMETHING I got from you people has completely solved my problem of frequent, noticeable odd heartbeats. I suppose it was the fish. (My blood pressure dropped, too. Much of that happened before I met the people here, but the last bit came after I got some advice here about magnesium supplements.)
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