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We all have a powerful built-in computer in the form of our brain that is being highly under-utilized. Today we have computers everywhere – on the desk, on the lap, on TV, in the phone and even in a tablet. And a lot of time, effort and money is spent to ensure that we use these computers effectively, maximising their use.
This blog is not about selling any brain fitness or brain training products. Brain training and fitness is much more holistic and broad-based than just using a few products. This blog focuses on the brain and aims to explore brain related concepts from the following angles.
Neuroscience Says :
Findings, suggestions and ideas from scientists.
Brain Fitness :
Strategies and tips to improve and sustain brain fitness for all ages.
Brain Music :
Explore how music impacts brain functioning.
Learning Brain :
Understand brain concepts that relate to learning. Suggestions for applying this knowledge into practice for students, parents, teachers, educators and life-long learners.
Fun Brain :
Who says the brain cannot have any fun?
Brain Meditation :
Explore relationship between meditation and the brain.
I am a software consultant with no professional or scientific training in neuroscience. But like all of you, I do have a brain and have always been curious about how it works.
My love-affair with all things related to the brain began a few years ago. This blog is my effort to use my analytical skills to understand brain concepts in a structured manner and explore their practical relevance.
Welcome to this exciting learning journey!
The primary purpose of this site is to share and educate. Ads will be placed in discrete locations that do not interfere with scanning and reading the content.
In the interests of full disclosure, affiliate links within posts will be highlighted as affiliate links. I hope you find this site useful. Thank you for reading and supporting this site.
Please keep in mind that I am in not a neuro-scientist. I’m simply a passionate brain-owner trying to explore how I can make the most of my brain. Information on this site should not be treated as medical advice or a replacement for medical treatment.