Double your brain power

Your seven-day course

Is your brain in peak condition? Can you learn, remember, calculate, analyse and multitask as sharply and reliably as you used to? Or are you beginning to suffer from mental flab? If you struggle with new ideas, forget names, distrust new technology and dislike having too many metaphorical balls to juggle, then you will benefit from a mental makeover.

“Double Your Brain Power With The Independent” is a week-long series comprising of a book, an interactive CD-Rom and a series of five information sheets.

Each one is designed to be fun, stimulating and as easy as you want it to be.



The book is free with The Independent print edition on Saturday 13 January.

The CD-Rom is free with The Independent print edition on Sunday 14 January.

The series of five information sheets is free with The Independent from Monday 15 January.

Upgrade your brain with The Independent, it may be the best New Year’s resolution you’ll ever make.



If you missed part of The Independent Train Your Brain offer and would like to receive either the Train Your Brain book or the CD-Rom, please call 09066 611 220 leaving your name, address and postcode and we will send you a copy within 21 days.

(Calls cost £1.50 per minute from BT landlines to cover postage and packaging. Calls from mobile phones and other operators may be charged at a higher rate. Participants must be over 18 and must have the bill payers prior permission. Price are correct as of 12 January 2007. One item per household, as long as stocks last. Service provider THPM PO Box 104, SY8 1YB)

If you have missed any of the factsheets you can purchase a back copy for £2 per factsheet at the following address: www.read4charity.co.uk/trainyourbrain. Subject to availability. While stocks last. Please note that you will only be able to purchase a factsheet once it has appeared in the newspaper.

15 per cent of all factsheet revenue will be donated to Whizz Kidz - the charity that helps children with disabilities live a life with no limits.

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