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The Brain Gauge

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The Brain Gauge is a cognitive assessment tool that uses touch-based sensory testing to measure your brain health. It's the quickest and most accurate way to track improvements to your mental fitness.

What does Brain Gauge test?

Our tests let you measure 8 essential components of brain health: Speed, Focus, Fatigue, Accuracy, Sequencing, Timing Perception, Plasticity, and Connectivity. You'll also get a comprehensive mental fitness score that we call your cortical metric.

Your brain is sensitive. But it's not always easy to tell how it's changing. The Brain Gauge can detect extremely subtle differences in cognitive function. We can tell when something affects your brain, even if you can't. From cough syrup and alcohol, to jumping jacks, meditation, and sleep. Your Brain Gauge scores will show the difference. No other methods in the world are this sensitive.

Meet Brain Gauge

A reliable, portable way to measure your brain health, the Brain Gauge is a cognitive assessment tool that measures brain health by testing sensory perceptions in your fingertips. Yes, we know it looks like a computer mouse. But is actually so much more.

How does Brain Gauge work?

During each test, those two tips will 'buzz' your fingers in a specific way. Our free app will ask questions about what you felt, and then analyze your responses using clinically-proven neuroscience. In less than 15 minutes you can complete a comprehensive brain health assessment and gain valuable insight into your mental fitness.

Powerful analytics. Clear results.

Keep tabs on conditions like Alzheimer's, Chronic Pain, Concussion, Autism, Neuroscience Development, ADHD, Substance Abuse, Migraines, Aging and Performance, and see how your brain responds to new treatments or medications.

Test your brain and measure your mental fitness In less than 15 minutes

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The Brain Gauge is a novel brain health assessment system that takes advantage of the well-documented relationship between the sensory nerves in the fingers and the projection of those nerves to corresponding region in the brain and it's complexity to gain more sensitive and specific detection of compromised neural function. 

The Brain Gauge guides the user through a series of questions that increase in difficulty with each correct answer (similar to reading an eye chart).

The Brain Gauge tests the building blocks of higher cognitive processes.

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