‘Brain fitness’ kill

‘Brain fitness’ kill
Gaming & Play
Dan Gould
  • 20 june 2007

A surge in popularity for brain fitness training has been sparked by aging baby boomers working to keep their minds sharp. Brain training is now being used by people of all ages looking to improve mental performance, memory, focus and creativity. Boomers were the first to latch on to brain workouts due to worries about slowing mental capabilities. The subsuquet sucess has led brain workouts are being used by younger generations to increase The exercises have been made fun and accessible with video games like Nintendo’s Brain Age and online services Lumosity and SharpBrains. The market is predicted to grow to $2 billion by 2015.

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