Michael Apollo – Director of Mind Sciences at Interaxon – explains how Muse: the brain sensing headband helps you reclaim the choice of where to place your attention.
Well, Muse: the brain sensing headband continues to gain popularity. Every day, more and more people are getting into the brain-training movement. That’s why we’re pretty stoked to announce that we’ve teamed up with the good folks at Livestrong.com to give one away to a lucky reader.
Here at Muse HQ, we love data.
Muse is shipping and the movement is gaining momentum, so we’re starting to explore the data rolling in. A lot of Musers have joined our Research Program and generously contributed their training data to an anonymous and confidential database. Javier Moreno, our resident numbers guru, was eager to get his hands on the numbers.
Our office was abuzz as we welcomed Canadian sport pistol Olympian and Pan Am games medalist Avianna Chao, along with her coach and husband Patrick Haynes to our downtown Toronto HQ.
Sport pistol shooting is one that involves intense mental focus and discipline; Olympic-style pistol shooting is a quieter, more static shooting style than that of sport shooting, where loud, powerful weapons are often used. Avianna describes her sport as “very Zen;” one where her mind is “my greatest ally, but can also be my greatest enemy.”
We asked Lindsay – a member of our customer care team – to share her passion for nutrition and brain health. She hunted down 3 brain food recipes for each meal of the day.
Everyone knows that eating healthy can keep you physically fit. But did you know that certain foods contribute to a healthy brain? Here’s what a day of healthy brain food looks like.