Brain training to combat stress

Nov 5, 2016 by

Research from Tel-Aviv University indicates that a new imaging technique might help people self-regulate their emotional responses. The tool provides feedback on electrical activity in the amygdala, which regulates things like fear and stress.

Other types of brain training, such as LearningRx’s one-on-one cognitive skills training, has been shown to be effective for a number of things. Past studies have shown it to increase IQ, strengthen a variety of cognitive skills and increase confidence. Visit to learn more.