We are serious about challenging the cognitive skills of our members. Verbal fluency, memory, and processing speed are just some of the areas we focus on.
Richmond, Virginia (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Adding brain exercises such as brain games and brain teasers to fitness routines is a growing trend among women. Since its launch in February 2012, DaisyBrains.com has seen strong interest from women across the United States “We have a new member signing-up about every ten minutes,” says Claire Herring, speech-language pathologist and co-creator of DaisyBrains.com.
DaisyBrains.com delivers new clinically-designed workouts every single day and shares activity highlights on Pinterest. Amazing art work is developed through the Creativity Challenge area of the website. Pinterest has proven to be the perfect spot to showcase the work of the Daisy Brains members.
Daisy Brains is on a mission to improve women's health by boosting the brain fitness levels of women everywhere. Newly diagnosed Alzheimer's cases continue to affect women at a ratio of nearly 2:1 over men. Women particularly, because of hormonal changes throughout life, may experience frustrations with memory or information processing during pregnancy and menopause.
Designed by cognitive trainers and designers from around the globe, DaisyBrains.com is attracting a wide audience. “We see most members tackling daily logic puzzles first before heading to the brain games,” says Herring, whose personal brain game favorite is Duck Dance. Duck Dance trains reasoning skills and thought- flexibility.
Despite all the beautiful puzzles and art displayed on Pinterest, it’s not just fun and games on Daisy Brains. “We are serious about challenging the cognitive skills of our members. Verbal fluency, memory and processing speed are just some of the areas we focus on. If it’s not engaging and fun, like any workout should be, people won’t stick with it,” says Herring.
The co-creators of Daisy Brains are planning to launch new brain games later this spring and continue to provide activity highlights through Pinterest.
Founded in February 2012, Daisy Brains’ mission is to challenge the brain fitness levels of women everywhere. Anyone can sign up for a free trial to experience the new brain workouts that http://www.DaisyBrains.com has to offer. Daisy Brains is privately held under The Rowing Team, LLC and is based in Richmond, Virginia.