A healthy brain helps you solve problems, communicate, and pay attention.1 Changing brain health is a natural part of aging. An individual with changes in their brain health may notice their memory or mental functions have slipped, but the changes are not severe enough to significantly interfere with the individual’s usual activities or daily life. However, brain health changes may also put an individual at risk for Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.2
Risk factors for changes in brain health include:3
An individual may exhibit the following signs and symptoms of changes in brain health:
This virtual research study will collect information from many people of different ages and backgrounds, as well as those with and without risk factors for changes in brain health. The study aims to use this information to identify digital biomarkers to help measure thinking and memory in adults, as well as identify longer-term changes in brain health. Changes in brain health may occur normally as we age, while others could be an early indicator of certain forms of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease. This study, therefore, may be an important step toward better understanding how to maintain and improve brain health throughout our adult lives in a number of different ways.
The next step is to visit the App Store on your iPhone to download the Intuition app. There are 2 ways to do this:
Open the Camera app on your iPhone, point it at this QR code, and then click the link that appears. This will take you straight to the Intuition app download page.
Open the App Store on your iPhone and search for the word “Intuition.” Click to download the Intuition app, which you’ll be able to recognize from the Intuition logo.
Thanks! We look forward to you joining the study to help contribute to brain health research.