This Brain Training App Will Make You Feel Less Dumb

This Brain Training App Will Make You Feel Less Dumb

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Sometimes, you feel extremely dumb. We know; us, too. It's only natural, especially after the pandemic year, when you've had nothing to do but watch Netflix for six hours every day and count the freckles on your ceiling. (Those are freckles, right?) If you're struggling to adjust back to real thinking skills, you might like NeuroNation Brain Training.

NeuroNation is one of the top-rated brain training apps on the market, with more than 20 million downloads and 4.6-star ratings on both the App Store and Google Play Store. (It's also available in eight different languages, so if you've forgotten your own native tongue, kill two birds with one stone.) The app was developed in conjunction with scientists from the Free University of Berlin and was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the treatment of cognitive impairments, and those guys are real serious about ministering education and research.

The app starts you off with a short test that gauges your strengths and weaknesses in four different areas, then uses that as a baseline for your personalized training. In just 15 minutes a day, you'll train your memory, concentration, reaction time, and more with progressive exercises that start you off slow before pushing the limits of your brain's capacity. If you don't have time to delve into the complete training program every day, NeuroBoosters offer you little exercises to engage your brain and body while you're waiting in line, taking a work break, on the toilet, or anywhere else (but let's be real, it'll be the toilet) for at least a few minutes.

Feel less dumb when you're feeling really dumb. Normally $84, you can get a one-year subscription to NeuroNation Brain Training for 52% off at just $39.99 today.

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