Brain Performance

Now is the time to start improving Your Brain Performance. Once your brain scan is complete, the real journey starts. It’s time to make your commitment to better brain health and a better life.

Every scan includes a performance assessment that will show your brain’s health through various key brain metrics. These measures represent the functional abilities of your brain’s current anatomical and physiological state. Improvements in your brain cell connections and overall physiology can improve your brain’s performance. Based on your scores, we will make recommendations on lifestyle habits, and specific brain training so you can start making improvements.

Track how exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle improvements can change your performance metrics over time.

Key Metrics

Brain Reaction Time:

This measure of cognitive processing speed is influenced by both your inherent traits and your current physiological state (which is actionable). Your brain’s reaction time are sensitive to chronic issues such as cardiovascular health, diet, life-sytle habits, exercise and age. Review your EEG with your technician to see if you need to improve your brain reaction time, and how to do it.

Brain Reaction Voltage:

This is a measure of cognitive resources devoted to processing a task. It is sensitive to many variables affecting the brain. Review your EEG report with your technician to see which fitness options may help you improve your voltage. Think of improvements in this area as increasing your brain’s horsepower.

Physical Reaction Time:

This is a measure of how quickly your brain processes and reacts to stimuli. This can be trained and improved through many different approaches. Think about improvements in this area as being quicker off the starting line.

Muscle Tension:

Elevated levels of certain electrical signals on the EEG can be a sign of excessive muscle tension in the neck and jaw. Your technician will review your EEG report with you, and if needed, help you with ways to reduce excessive muscle tension.

Frontal Balance:

This represents the brain symmetry of your frontal lobes where emotions are generally processed. Asymmetry in this brain region has been correlated with low mood, anxiety and depression. Review your EEG report with your technician to decide on the best course of action to normalize your frontal brain balance.

Brain Performance Training

The good news is that there are many actions that YOU can take to start improving your brain health and performance today.

Evaluate your daily routine to see if you can improve on things that enhance brain performance such as sleep, diet, exercise, social interactions and learning new things.

Handouts with specific instructions about how you can improve brain health will be available at your EEG scan.

Can’t Wait? has some great tips and techniques that have been scientifically proven to help you start improving your brain performance.