Try Total Brain – a neuroscience-based mental health and fitness app! Founded on the notion that our mental health can be measured, improved and managed like our physical health, Total Brain measures the 12 brain capacities that define mental health, confidentially screens for the risk of common mental health conditions, creates self-awareness and accountability, and engages individuals in mental fitness programs that maximize their mental health.
Learn about your strengths, weaknesses and risk of mental conditions. Monitor the impact of mental fitness programs and mental health care.
Screen for risk of common mental conditions (including ADHD, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, etc.) and receive immediate, in-app referrals to third party health services.
Leverage digital training as a self-administered, non-medical, adjunctive treatment. Proven results indicate a 39% improvement in Depression5 and 28% improvement in Anxiety6.
Measurable improvement across each of the 4 brain capacity categories, encompassing 12 distinct capacities, yielding an improvement in your overall mental health.
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(1) NIMH https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/mental-illness.shtml – 18% of US population has a clinical condition.
(2) Total Brain Internal data, n = 12,000. 61% of US employees screen at-risk of having one of 7 most common mental conditions.
(3) American Heart Association CEO Roundtable: Mental Health – A Workforce Crisis: https://goo.gl/torfyd – 19% of the US population reports “excellent health”.
(4) Improvements in brain performance correlated with average of three hours of training. 2017 internal book of business data; N = 3,275; Users who assessed + trained at least twice
(5) Among Total Brain users who completed 2 or more hours of training, a 39% improvement in depressed mood was found.
(6) Among those flagged as at risk for depression or anxiety, a 28% improvement in anxiety levels was found for those who completed 2 or more hours of training.