Researchers develop ‘brain app’ to fight Dementia
In a report published in the International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, it has been stated that the researchers working at the University of Cambridge have developed a brain app which has the ability to fight the difficulties occur in the early stages of dementia.
Though it is a well-known fact that cognitive training programs have the potential to help those dementia patients, it is identified that most of the patients show reluctance to attend the classes.
Some say that these classes are very boring that is why the patients show less interest.
Technically, the cognitive training is what the aforementioned brain app does. But, unlike the normal cognitive training program, the app has something which makes the function more interesting and less boring.
It seems that the new technology launched by the renowned university is likely to encourage more and more dementia patients to attend the virtual cognitive training program.
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