DaisyBrains.com Featured in Women’s Health Magazine
The first brain training site designed for women is catching significant buzz in the U.S. and Canada.
Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Daisy Brains is attracting an entirely new kind of gamer — women. Brain health and wellness is now a hot topic across major women´s magazines and websites. The definition of health is expanding to include a healthy energized mind. This suits the team of female co-creators just fine.
“We are passionate about women´s health. Women are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer´s disease as men, and researchers are only beginning to understand the link between hormonal levels and brain function,” says Claire Herring, Daisy Brains co-creator.
The site includes brain games, brain teasers and creativity challenges. Daisy Brains is unique because it offers new content every single day. Women´s brain health matters are discussed and healthy lifestyle tips are shared. “Many of our female members have never played computer games before visiting Daisy Brains, so it´s important that we offer challenging brain exercises while still providing support and encouragement along the way,” says Gemma Brooks, co-creator.
Daisy Brains was featured in the October issue of Women´s Health magazine as part of a feature story about building a brain healthy lifestyle. The article titled, “Train Your Brain” matches the philosophy shared by Daisy Brains leaders. “Web-based brain training is just one important part of building a brain healthy lifestyle. Exercise, nutrition and a variety of mentally stimulating activities are essential to build a strong mind,” says Herring.
Given the strong response from consumers, Daisy Brains is headed down the path to obtain venture capital funding in order to evolve the site and expand the product reach worldwide. “Things are moving even more quickly than we had imagined. We are thrilled that Daisy Brains is delivering the kind of workout so many women are asking for,” says Herring.
Daisy Brains is a subscription-based website that includes a free trial prior to joining as a full member. The site offers a variety of membership options and includes women’s health articles and information in addition to brain exercises.
Founded in February 2012, Daisy Brains´ mission is to challenge the brain fitness levels of women everywhere. Anyone can sign up for a free trial to experience the new brain workouts that http://www.daisybrains.com has to offer. Daisy Brains is privately held under The Rowing Team, LLC and is based in Richmond, Virginia.
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