Can you control what your brain sees? Take the test of Santa's brain.
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You will discover how quickly your brain can avoid distraction and connect with the information it needs.
You'll almost feel your brain working!
Memory changes happen to all of us around the age of 50 and one of the changes that is not welcome is to be easily distracted. It becomes more difficult to focus on what is important while discarding other distractions that appear at the same time.
Try the Brain Foundation Test and you'll see what it's all about.
Younger brains find Santa's brain test very easy but only if they concentrate! Concentration is the key no matter what your age.
You will feel confident and in control when you deliberately focus and focus on the information you want to remember.
This test is a bit kind to you because you give it more than a second to identify the image and say its name. In real life you do not have that much time. Your brain has to constantly check, sort through what you are seeing, decide what is important and rule out anything irrelevant.
Think about driving a car: your brain is working at full speed all the time, processing information on other cars, cyclists, road signs, street signs, sirens, road rules, conversations around it and maybe the radio!
Sometimes your brain gets tired and start shining on things, losing focus and forgetting. That's why practice as a Santa Brain Test is important to keep your brain and memory in shape.
The Brain Test of Santa is a challenge because your brain had several tasks to perform.
1. Delete the words that can be seen and read
2. At the same time, your brain needs to connect the information in the image – color, shape, size, location, purpose
3. Remember the name
4. Then form the necessary sounds to say the word.
All in little more than a second!
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