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Feeling depressed on not in a good mood? There’s an app for that. Well, not just yet, but maybe sooner than you think.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, got to visit the Anna Freud Centre to bring more attention to mental health issues. During her visit, she also experienced NeuroTracker!
In order to maximize the benefits of your NeuroTracker training, adding cognitively challenging exercises to your NeuroTracker training will increase your cognitive load. So what are some of the most challenging exercises you can do?
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