NeuroPlus combines three distinct attention training protocols into one amazing product.
We recommend training 30 minutes per day, 3 days per week.
Concentration exercises help strengthen attention skills
Practice keeping relaxed and calm with biofeedback training
Fight impulsive urges with adaptive cognitive training exercises
NeuroPlus utilizes innovative technology to help practice focus and concentration skills. You or your child wears a wireless headset that measures brainwaves while playing a training game that challenges you to focus. For example, you might need to concentrate really hard to race a dragon or power an energy shield. In doing so, you will actually practice the act of paying attention!
Research into neuroplasticity shows such training can make your brain better
at paying attention over time--just like exercising a muscle!
Workouts are better when they're fun, and the same goes for training the brain. That's why we created training games that are actually fun to play. You will use your brain-power to "pilot" flying dragons in Axon and fly a hoverbike through treasure-filled tunnels in Conduit. The better you perform, the further you'll advance through hundreds of levels of intriguing gameplay. Best of all, we release new games every 6 months, available at no additional cost to you.
You'll need an iPhone, iPad or Android device (larger, newer devices recommended) and a Muse headband. If you don't have a headband, you can add one to your order at checkout. Simply sign up here, and we'll send you everything you need to get started.
Although this is ultimately up to you, we recommend 3 times per week, for at least 30 minutes each session. We understand life gets busy, but as with any training consistency helps.
Every person is different and some people respond quicker than others as you'd expect from any kind of physical training. That being said, most people start to see improvements after about 4 weeks of consistent playtime.
No, NeuroPlus was designed to help all individuals practice attention-related skills. Some of our users may have ADHD, but NeuroPlus is NOT intended to treat or diagnose any disease. If you have questions regarding ADHD treatment, please consult your doctor.
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