Daisy Brains has created hundreds of cognitive exercises designed to challenge the minds of women everywhere.
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Daisy Brains is expanding their content development team and offering more new brain exercises to engage members. “Cross-training your brain has never been more fun,” says co-creator, Gemma Brooks. “Our members workout daily and find new ways to build a brain-healthy lifestyle.”
Following a feature put out by Women’s Health Magazine in October, Daisy Brains expanded its brain teasers and is set to launch new brain games in November. “Our members are growing and the excitement for the new release is building,” says Claire Herring, speech-language pathologist and co-creator of Daisy Brains. “Medical research shows that engaging in a variety of brain fitness exercises as part of an overall active lifestyle can help boost cognitive performance and reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related conditions.”
Daisy Brains has been created with women in mind, and it shows. Artful design is evident across the brain games, drawing challenges and brain teasers. “Staying mentally fit is a top priority for me. I enjoy all the new challenges presented each day and find Daisy Brains to be the perfect way to get my day off to the right start,” says Janet Goodson of College Station, Texas.
Daisy Brains is a subscription-based website that includes a free trial period prior to joining as a full member. The site offers a variety of membership options and includes women’s health articles and information in addition to brain exercises.
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.