Brain training

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  1. Goofysmate

    Goofysmate <font color=red>Isn't fussed where she is, as long

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    Who has brought the Nintendo DS brain training .
    Do you still do it everyday & has it made a difference.
    I've got both the brain training & big brain academy.
    The big brain academy i haven't done for ages , the first brain training i do now & again :rolleyes: , but have to admit to doing the more brain training everyday
    I don't think it's made alot of difference to me as i'm still just as scatty as ever :rotfl: :upsidedow
    Has this been a five minute wonder with most poeple or do up try to keep going with it ?:confused3

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  3. squitty

    squitty <font color=006633>With a little bit of Pixie Dust

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    When I first got the game I did it everyday, but the novelty has worn off, now I am lucky if I play it once a week.
     
  4. Beth__WDW23/6/02

    Beth__WDW23/6/02 <font color=deeppink>you can never mock anything u

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    Well:rolleyes1 I had a brain age of 50,I re did it yesterday its now 66 LOL.
    I blame the kids :rotfl2: !
     
  5. tashasmum

    tashasmum DIS Veteran

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    We only bought ours on the last trip to WDW in Aug. We have brain age 1 and 2 and all three of us are still doing everyday. Can't say that i have noticed any difference though.
     
  6. GlendaONeill

    GlendaONeill Im the one in the blue.......

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    I bought mine about 6 weeks ago so I've not got bored with it yet. I do both Brain training and more brain training. I faithfully do it everyday and my brain age has got better as time goes on. I do feel though it has helped with the brain rot I have since having DS1 (I had 3 kids in less than 3 years, youngest turning 2 in Dec). I don't forget as much as I used to. Although DH gets really frustrated as I nearly always get a better brain age than him and has been devastated by a brain age of 66 even though he is 30!:rotfl: He just can't accept that I'm better at it than him.
    Maybe its just because you get better at the puzzles as you practice and it gives you a bit of stimulation. I don't know.
     
  7. karentan

    karentan <font color=green>my main job for tomorrow is to g

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    i bought it, did it everyday for the first 3 weeks or so, til i unlocked all the training routines, and then i got a bit bored of it. havent done in a month or so. did get better at it as time went on, but dont really think it's made a huge difference. it gets boring pretty quickly
     
  8. Miffy2003

    Miffy2003 <font color=orange>I've got Saratoga Springs - mak

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    I can't stand the guilt when you turn it on after a while away and he looks at you reproachfully and says, "I haven't seen you for a while, Karen" :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
  9. karentan

    karentan <font color=green>my main job for tomorrow is to g

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    lol. know what you mean, he always gives me the guilt trip everytime i turn it on!!!
     

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