A larger hippocampus is associated with better memory for life events, healthy cognition in normal aging and better mental health.
NeuroNautilus is a company focused on healthy cognition associated with a healthy hippocampus. The hippocampus is a region of the brain that works with the entire cortex, so when cells in the hippocampus develop connections with each other, they also connect with all of cortex!
Train your Hippocampus with VeboLife in the comfort of your own home
We're all busy. Our program is designed to be done at home; at your own convenience. All it takes is 2 sessions of 1 hour per week for 8 weeks. Think of this time as physiotherapy for your brain, only without having to go anywhere.
Vebolife is designed to be challenging, but it is also rewarding at the same time. You'll feel the difference in as early as a few sessions.
Stimulate your Hippocampus
If you find yourself on auto-pilot, for example when you go into a room and can't remember why you went there, you were not using your hippocampus at that time. Instead, you were using a part of the brain called the Caudate Nucleus, which is involved in habits or auto-pilot.
We have invested decades of research in studying the Hippocampus. Research has shown that people with a larger hippocampus have reduced risk of developing multiple disorders, such as Alzheimer's Disease and lead healthier lives.
Our program not only strengthens the Hippocampus, but can lead to growth in grey matter throughout the entire cortex!
Our professional group of coaches and mentors are here to help you every step of the way. You'll have a dedicated coach assisting you while you perform each session, providing tips and motivation on how to best complete the program to see the best results.
Our goal is to help you make the most of this training and to experience results that make your life a Vebolife!
How is VeboLife different from other cognitive training?
VeboLife is the only cognitive training program that was scientifically proven to stimulate grey matter in the hippocampus.
The Expert Dr. Veronique Bohbot
Dr. Veronique Bohbot started doing research on the hippocampus in 1988. She received her Ph.D in the field of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience in 1997 at the University of Arizona under the guidance of experts recognized in the field of memory. Of particular note is Dr. Lynn Nadel, who published the break-through theory on the role of the Hippocampus with Dr. John O’Keefe, Nobel prize winner in medicine and physiology, October 2014.
With more than 150 scientific presentations on memory at national and international conferences and over 45 articles to her credit, Dr. Bohbot is an expert in the field of spatial memory and navigation. She studies spatial memory in individuals of different age groups including children, young adults, and the elderly, but also spatial memory in relation to various neurological and psychiatric disorders. These include mild cognitive impairment, Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and Schizophrenia.
Dr. Bohbot's research uses cutting edge technology such as virtual reality, functional neuroimaging, structural neuroimaging, genetics, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Dr. Bohbot is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University. With her research group from the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, she has developed a training program to improve spatial memory and reduce the risk of neurological and psychiatric diseases. This targeted program has been proven to improve not only spatial memory but also the function and size of the Hippocampus.