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The BrainBalance

Learn how to balance healthy activities necessary for your mental well-being. 

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Sophisticated and easy to use assessment tool

Immediate personalized results

By honestly answering simple questions, you receive a personalized diet that provides you with physical and mental well-being.

Own theoretical model

We have a theoretical framework created for the practice of brain health, which is based on scientific data, clinical work, behavioral research, affective and social neuroscience, and psychology. 

Discover your balance

Find out how the key neurocognitive activities that you do every day are related and how this relationship helps  nourish your mind

Theoretical model

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Time in a state of mental alertness of focused attention, while working or during non-professional activities that require undivided attention, such as studying or playing chess.



Time spent in social activities or in a relationship or interaction with others, in which a free and safe exchange of ideas and emotions is possible. 



Physical exercise, physical activity (leisure, sport, conditioning, professional) planned, structured and repetitive with the aim of improving or maintaining physical fitness, alone or with others.



Time in spontaneous activities for fun and relaxation, alone or with others, instead of achieving a serious or practical goal. The use of humor, making jokes, laughing or playing with words is the most common form of play in adults. 

Healthy neurocognitive activities



Time of  low vigilance, "disconnected" mood, coming from daydreams or associative thoughts without a specific intention, which can take place in a state of physical rest or automated activity.



Time spent in a relaxed physical state and an awake mental state of mindfulness or focused on a particular object, thought, or activity to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state.



State of unconsciousness, inactivity and relaxation of the muscles of the body with the eyes closed, which can occur both at night and during the day (siesta, siesta). 7 hours of sleep per day is recommended for brain health.



​Time spent in an awake, low-vigilance state of mind associated with engaging in largely automated or automatic behaviors (such as in predictable, repetitive, routine, or ritual activities).

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