• November 18, 2009 at 9:54 pm

    Evidence shows that the symptoms of AD can be slowed down and even prevented by building up a strong cognitive reserve that can act as a buffer against the onset of the disease.

    A strong cognitive reserve can be created in three ways;

    • Regular physical activity
    • Engaging in and maintaining an active, busy and diverse lifestyle
    • Following a regular program of brain fitness

    By using CogniFit Personal Coach one can create an effective cognitive buffer against the symptoms of AD and other degenerative diseases.
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    Using this information CogniFit Personal Trainer designs a brain fitness program that gives you the training that’s exactly right for you. It’s the best possible way to start building up a cognitive reserve that will help you maintain a healthy, active and productive lifestyle.

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