why should I perform a neuro-cognitive training now?
One of the most common questions I am being asked about is, “what is a neurocognitive training”? We decided to dedicate the current post to answer that question.
To understand the neuro-cognitive training, you must first understand a few things about the structure and the way the brain works. Therefore, in the first part, we will review eight facts about the brain. These facts are based on an enormous research effort, which is invested in the last decades in understanding this complex organ.
In the second part, we will address the training features, which are based on the most updated brain sciences discoveries.
In the third part, we will discuss the training results and see what can be expected to follow.
Part one - How the brain is structured and how does it work
Eight facts about the brain
1. The neuronal structure of the brain
The human brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It is comprised of a hundred billion nerve cells and the most important of which are called neurons. Each neuron can connect to up to 10,000 other neurons. The connection between the neurons in the brain creates networks of neurons, on which the brain activity is based upon.