The 'BrainHQ' App Raises Acetylcholine Levels to Aid Memory

 - Jul 31, 2018
References: brainhq & itunes.apple
A group of researchers and engineers out of McGill University in Canada teamed up with U.S.-based mental fitness company Posit Science to offer a high-tech brain app that has been proven to significantly boost the levels of chemicals that are important for memory and learning processes.

Dubbed BrainHQ, this particular brain app puts users through a battery of mental training tests in order to increase levels of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter with levels that are known to reduce with age, which can cause Alzheimer's disease.

The BrainHQ app is positioned as a personal trainer for your brain, meaning it can be customized to suit your schedule and your mental fitness levels. With an end result that includes better memory and reduced chances of contracting Alzheimer's disease, it's apparent that brain apps offer a lot of utility going forward.