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Just Say Yes To Brain Training: MindSparke Releases Brain Fitness Pro IC — Training to Help Reduce Drinking, Quit Smoking and Strengthen Willpower

September 14, 2011

MindSparke’s new computer program combines brain training with meditation, positive reinforcement and brain entrainment to help strengthen willpower and reduce the tendency to give in to negative impulses. Recent scientific research shows that one month of targeted brain training reduces drinking by 30% in just one month. Brain Fitness Pro IC helps customers reduce drinking, quit smoking and strengthen will power long term.

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) September 14, 2011

MindSparke, a leading publisher of cognitive training programs, today announced the publication of new software designed to help customers reduce drinking, quit smoking and increase overall impulse control. Brain Fitness Pro IC (Impulse Control) combines working memory training with meditation, positive reinforcement, and brain entrainment to produce a tool for strengthening willpower by boosting the brain’s capacity for executive control.

MindSparke’s development of Brain Fitness Pro IC followed the publication in June 2011 of research by Dutch scientists showing that problem drinkers reduced their drinking by 30% with a particular kind of brain exercise known as working memory training. One month later the benefits remained.

“I know from experience how hard it can be to cut back,” commented Martin Walker, MindSparke CEO, “This new product is close to my heart.”

At the core of Brain Fitness Pro IC is MindSparke’s intensive working memory training regime. (As a bonus, the training has also been proven to increase IQ.)

MindSparke is a brand name of Mind Evolve,LLC. Established in 2008, New York based Mind Evolve is a premium publisher of brain training software. More information about Brain Fitness Pro IC can be found at http://www.mindsparke.com/reduce_drinking.php.

For more information about MindSparke or this news release please contact info(at)mindsparke(dot)com

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