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Brain Spade Announces Site Launch is Now Set for January – New Year’s Resolutions Now Include Brain Health and Fitness

December 22, 2012

Brain Spade developers build unique brain training content to challenge baby boomers, young adults and more.

Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 21, 2012

BrainSpade.com, a new consumer brain health application from The Rowing Team, LLC, will launch in mid-January 2013. After months of intense development and a collaborative effort from designers across the globe, Brain Spade is set to deliver valuable brain health information and offer unique brain games, brain teasers and personal challenges.

“Neuro-scientific research demonstrates that our brains are capable of development throughout life,” says Claire Herring, speech-language pathologist and co-creator of Brain Spade.

Physicians and psychologists agree that providing the brain with novel experiences, as part of a well-balanced active lifestyle, helps maintain optimal brain health and reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer´s and some dementia-related conditions. Brain Spade, unlike other brain fitness websites, will offer unique brain teasers every single day.

Gemma Brooks, co-creator of Brain Spade notes, “Change is good for the brain. That´s why our content development team will keep Brain Spade in a perpetual state of development. Our community page is under construction and will offer information on Alzheimer´s, dementia, brain fitness information, brain superfoods and more.”

As people sit down to write their New Year´s resolutions, they´ll want to add fitness goals that start with the neck up. Building brain-healthy habits may be the most important factor to living a long and happy life. Brain Spade will help users develop those healthy habits and challenge their brains with new exercises every single day.

“We are passionate about helping people feel confident and sharp. Our clinically-designed brain teasers and brain games challenge the thinking patterns of our users and inspire them to build better problem-solving skills along the way,” states Gemma Brooks.

Based in Richmond, Virginia, Brain Spade is an entirely free site designed for users everywhere. For more information visit http://www.BrainSpade.com.

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