Cognifit is a cognitive evaluation tool used by professionals to diagnose mental and neurological disorders and disabilities.
Through the blog we aim to educate and inform readers about different disorders and offer helpful, science-backed advice to dealing with mental illness. All our blog posts must be thoroughly researched and reference reputable scientific studies.
Hyperthymesia - Definition, Symptoms and Causes - CogniFit
It's hard to imagine what it would be like to remember every detail of your entire life. People with the rare condition hyperthymesia are able to do just that. For most of us, our memories are unreliable. Our brains are selective about what we recall.
Mental Fitness | 5 Simple Tips to Improve Mental Fitness | CogniFit
Mental fitness is a major concern for many people. It's hardly surprising when you consider that one in five Americans suffers from a mental health disorder (1) and mental health issues are one of the leading causes of disability. (2) Furthermore, neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's are a leading cause of death globally.
Hyper Empathy | Characteristics and Treatment | CogniFit
Do you ever feel like you're deeply in tune with others? Like you can absorb their feelings? Being extra sensitive to other people's emotions can sometimes feel like a superpower. Other times, it can become a burden. People with hyper-empathy experience other people's emotions almost as if they were their own - and they face unique challenges related to their unusual ability.
Short Attention Span | 5 Techniques to Improve It | Cognifit
Modern life is full of distractions. If you're having trouble sustaining your attention for long periods of time, you're not the only one. In this article, we'll explain what attention span is, go over the signs and causes of short attention span, and share 5 techniques you can use to improve it.