Ultimate Memory™ Software Supports Research about Human Brain's White Matter and its Effects on Cognitive Abilities

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Ultimate Memory™ announced today its endorsement of research pertaining to how brain wiring is directly related to cognitive performance. The study results, published in the journal "Molecular Psychiatry," suggests that when the brain’s white matter is healthy, mental processes improve making cognitive abilities impervious to old age.

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The study supports the theory that when the nerve connections in the brain (white matter) are healthy and strong, this positively influences one’s cognitive abilities.

The study supports the theory that when the nerve connections in the brain (white matter) are healthy and strong, this positively influences one’s cognitive abilities. University of Edinburgh researchers report that mental sharpness and agility can be reserved despite the person’s aging, given that their brain’s wiring is strong.

Marc Slater, managing director of Ultimate Memory™ commented on the findings: “This research brings forth the significance of exercising one's memory whilst one is still young. It has been confirmed that proper and consistent brain exercising constitutes our shield against cognitive decline related to old age.”

The study, funded by the Age UK charity, establishes that elderly people with robust white matter, despite their age, can still process and comprehend information quickly and efficiently. “This study’s importance cannot be stressed enough,” Slater commented. “There are no more hypotheses - we know for sure that working towards a better functioning brain allows people to age without the unwanted and frustrating mental decay that often accompanies old age.”

“What better way is there to keep our brains healthy and sharp than working on increasing memory?” he remarked. According to the study, the white matter’s weakening is at least partly responsible for age-related cognitive decay. Since memory exercises are known to improve the brain’s white matter, focusing on memory’s strengthening might as well prevent mental decay.

With this new data, Ultimate Memory™ believes research can now look at ways to help people smoothly age, without the unpleasant cognitive dullness. Memory improvement is one such way.

For more information on Ultimate Memory™ please visit the software’s official website
http://www.ultimatememory.com.

About Ultimate Memory™

Ultimate Memory™ is the market’s leading memory improvement software package.

Scientifically proven to improve memory with as little as ten minute’s user per day, Ultimate Memory™ is also backed by an iron-clad guarantee.

Containing many innovative strategies, tutorials, tips and exercises, users benefit from a myriad of varied ways to learn.

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