Control Stress and Boost Confidence During Tough Economic Times With 'MindHabits'


    Scientifically-tested and wallet-friendly 'think positive' game shown to
reduce stress and boost self-confidence in just 5 minutes a day

    WESTON, Conn., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The daily onslaught of dark
financial news and economic upheaval batters not only investor confidence, but
personal confidence as well. The chronic stress of worrying about the economy
and your personal finances can lead to countless health problems from
depression to increased risk of heart disease. Controlling your stress and
boosting your self-confidence during trying times will help you not only
survive, but thrive. A scientifically-tested and wallet-friendly method for
helping you maintain that more positive state of mind is by simply playing the
game "MindHabits" just 5 minutes a day. Made for both PC and Mac, this unique
"brain trainer", based on more than a decade of research and findings by Dr.
Mark Baldwin of McGill University, is designed to not only help you think
better, but feel better as well. Retailing for just $19.99 (USD), the game is
certainly cheaper than a therapist or even the temporary -- and ultimately
unhealthy -- stress relief of a pepperoni pizza and quart of chocolate ice

    According to the developers of "MindHabits", your frame of mind makes a
huge difference in daily self-confidence and ability to deal with stress, and
research demonstrates the ability to shift this frame using the specially
designed "MindHabits" challenges. In one challenge, for example, you must find
the smiling faces in a crowd of frowns, which studies have shown can help
train your mind to react to positive information. Similarly, word challenges
associate certain concepts with your own personal words, reinforcing positive
personal associations and activating positive patterns of thought.

    Dr. Baldwin's research further shows that playing "MindHabits" can help
reduce the stress hormone cortisol by up to 17%. The game offers daily
tracking of results and measurement of progress over time, customizable
male/female only options, ability to customize for age, neighborhood, and
facial characteristics, as well as a "science lab" that explains how and why
"MindHabits" works.

    "MindHabits" for both PC and Mac is published in the United States and
Canada (bilingual) by Got Game Entertainment. For more information on the
game, including a free playable demo, visit


For further information:

For further information: Beverly Cambron of Rocco Media,
+1-512-673-0072,, for Got Game Entertainment  Web

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