Keep your mind sharp and memory intact

Reducing Alzheimer’s risk is possible

Neurotrack develops digital cognitive health solutions that enable people to assess, monitor, and strengthen their brain health to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and other dementias. Our solutions are built on a digital platform, enabling convenient and remote cognitive testing from the privacy of home. Neurotrack’s approach is focused on preserving and strengthening cognitive health now as opposed to managing its decline later.

Our products are available to businesses, researchers, and health organizations to provide to individuals.

Our three pillars of brain health

PILLAR 1

Assess


Evaluate current cognitive condition with Neurotrack’s battery of digital assessments that utilize eye-tracking and haptic technology to establish a baseline score and monitor over time.

PILLAR 2

Monitor


Take assessments regularly over time to monitor cognitive health and detect any changes.

PILLAR 3

Strengthen


Learn and incorporate targeted behaviors, like building quality sleep or brain training, that are clinically-proven to benefit cognitive health.

30 years of brain-changing science

Our team of neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, and data scientists deliver the latest preventative advice, technologies, and data-based science, all in the name of preserving cognition and reducing the risk of Alzheimer's.

Learn more about our science.

Academic research partners

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Lifestyle is key to preventing memory loss

February 23, 2022

One of the biggest misconceptions people have about aging is that there’s nothing anyone can do to prevent memory loss. In fact, in recent years researchers around the globe have discovered just the opposite! It turns out that simple lifestyle changes can have a big impact on brain health and cognitive longevity.

Here are the six lifestyle areas most adults should focus on and why they’re so important. Read more