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eReflect Warns American Adults about Rapid Memory Loss, Urging Regular Brain Stimulation to Maintain Health

April 1, 2012

With new research from the United States discovering yet another cause of rapid memory loss, eReflect is warning older adults about the dangers of not stimulating aging brain cells.

Canberra, Australia (PRWEB) March 31, 2012

One of the world´s leading producers of self-improvement software is today urging all Americans to keep their minds active, following the discovery of yet another cause of rapid memory loss.

The new discovery, based on research by the Centre for Studies on Human Stress (CSHS) of the Louis-H. Lafontaine Hospital, in affiliation with Universite de Montreal, found that stressful situations can place older adults at huge risk of rapidly losing parts of their memory.

Results of the study named stressful hospital tests, among other factors, as a huge contributor to the death of active brain cells.

“Everyone is aware that memory loses its effectiveness as we get older. However, it is vitally important to ensure that nothing is done to speed up the process” says Marc Slater, founder of eReflect.

He continues, “To slow down the memory loss it is important for all older adults to keep their minds engaged, active and challenged.”

eReflect is certainly an authority on the subject. The company´s Ultimate Memory software is one of the world´s only solutions designed to automatically improve the memory with just ten minutes of work each day.

“Sitting in front of the television, while cozy, isn´t enough to stimulate the mind. Our company is strongly urging all Americans to play challenging games, solve problems and not be afraid to crunch numbers” Slater adds.

While forgetfulness strikes everyone with age, serious memory lapse is not normal.

Studies including those conducted by Melinda Smith, M.A have shown that the loss of innate common sense, the loss of ability to conduct normal, everyday tasks and the loss of ability to form reasonable judgements or arguments are signs of abnormal or sudden memory loss.

However, as Marc Slater concludes, keeping the mind active can be the best preventative measure:

“We have thousands of our clients from all over the globe send us positive feedback as a result of using our memory-training software. This all points to evidence that suggests an active mind is a healthy mind. We certainly don´t disagree.”

More information about eReflects Ultimate Memory software can be found online at:

http://www.ultimatememory.com/

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About eReflect

eReflect is a world leader in self-improvement software, with products currently being used by tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries.

When Ultimate Vocabulary was released in 2006, it quickly became the most sought after and awarded vocabulary software available. Since then eReflect has released a number of highly successful and popular products in the speed reading, spelling, and memory improvement markets.

eReflect prides itself on creating the best products available. Each eReflect product represents the painstaking work of top content experts, engineers, academic studies, and customer research. All products are backed with a famous 365 day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.

More information can be found online at: http://www.ereflect.com

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