About Brain Stimulator Method

By HighYa Research Team
Published on: Dec 31, 2014

The Brain Stimulator Method is claimed to be a simple, effective method of supercharging your brain health, preventing and reversing brain issues, and improving memory, focus, and concentration.

In fact, the Brain Stimulator Method is claimed to permanently reprogram how your brain works in as little as 14 days and to be so powerful that it’s been banned by MENSA and other global high-IQ societies.

According to the Brain Stimulator Method website, the information found in the e-book is backed by years of revolutionary, “off-the-grid” research by a “leading neuroscientist,” and is scientifically proven to drastically improve cognitive function and stimulate the regrowth of neurons.

Because of this, the Brain Stimulator Method is claimed to have been used by more than 39K people to improve their memory and brain health.

In this review, we will examine all these claims to determine if this method works.

How Is the Brain Stimulator Method Claimed to Work?

In order to accomplish this, Dr. Richard Humphrey, who claims to have been studying neuroscience for 25 years and who narrates the Brain Stimulator Method video, claims that he began noticing his wife losing her short-term memory, which ultimately began impacting their lives. As such, a close friend of Dr. Humphrey’s recommended that he visit with a man by the name of Professor Wilson located in Ottawa, Ontario.

Upon arriving at Professor Wilson’s home, Dr. Humphrey claims he learned that your brain needs exercise just like any other parts of your body—or what Prof. Wilson called “brain workouts,” which entail 30 “unusual,” 5-minute brain training tricks that can be performed at any time, anywhere.

After returning home and implementing these exercises on a daily basis with his wife, Dr. Humphrey claims her brain fog and memory problems miraculously disappeared. In fact, he claims that she was even doing a “hard” crossword puzzle from the newspaper one day when he returned home from work.

Because of this success, Dr. Humphrey claims that the Brain Stimulator will work for everyone from the comfort of your own home, no matter your age or current cognitive condition.

If you or a loved one are experiencing the effects of cognitive decline, you know it can have a huge impact on your life, and you’re interested in finding out if the information contained in the Brain Stimulator Method can help. So can it? Probably not, and here’s why:

A Recycled Storyline

First, keep in mind that much of the storyline for the Brain Stimulator Method is very similar (and in some instances, nearly identical) to other Clickbank e-book reviews we’ve completed, including the Brain Booster Guide, Osteoporosis Protocol, and Erase Herpes. This includes “shockingly simple” techniques that have been covered up by one industry or another (in this instance, large pharmaceutical corporations), so they don’t know how long they’ll be able to keep the video up.

In fact, the primary premise behind the Brain Stimulator Method video is that Dr. Humphrey is speaking to us from an undisclosed location within the U.S. (although we have to wonder; isn’t this kind of disclosing his location?) due to the cease and desist orders and even death threats he and his family have received.

However, the Brain Stimulator Method story (like others we’ve reviewed) leaves a lot of unanswered questions, which include:

If Dr. Humphrey wants to make it as easy as possible for anyone to find the Brain Stimulator Method and benefit from the information it contains, why not set up a website and offer it as a free download? Instead, why did he choose to sell it as an e-book through the affiliate-based company Clickbank?

Are we really to believe that a neurologist with 25 years of experience didn’t know that the brain needs to be exercised? And if there was anyone who would know which exercises worked and which didn’t, wouldn’t it have been someone like Dr. Humphrey?

Are the Brain Stimulator Method’s Claimed Benefits Backed by Science?

Despite the fairly bungled storyline, is there any clinical evidence showing that brain exercises can improve memory or cognition, or slow/reverse dementia-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s?

As it turns out, not on their own. This is because, according to Psychology Today, there are 8 main lifestyle habits that can “optimize brain function and improve cognition,” including:

  • Physical Activity
  • Openness to Experience
  • Curiosity and Creativity
  • Social Connections
  • Mindfulness Meditation
  • Brain-Training Games
  • Get Enough Sleep
  • Reduce Chronic Stress

In addition, according to WebMD, some dementias can be successfully be treated, while others (such as Alzheimer’s) cannot. As such, if you’re expecting the information contained in the Brain Stimulator Method to slow, stop, or reverse many types of dementia, you might be disappointed.

However, since you can’t turn back the hands of time (no matter how much you’d like), you’ll definitely be disappointed if you’re expecting it to really “restore your mind back to its configuration when you were in your 20s.”

Who Is Dr. Richard Humphrey?

Outside of sites directly related to the Brain Stimulator Method, there aren’t any online references to a real-life Dr. Richard Humphrey who’s involved in neuroscience.

In our opinion, it appears that the primary individual involved with the Brain Stimulator Method isn’t real.

What’s the Brain Stimulator Method’s Reputation with Customers?

Despite the fact that Brain Stimulator is claimed to be used daily by more than 39K people, there were no online customer reviews available at the time of our research.

However, there are a number of affiliate websites posing as legitimate customer reviews, although they’re almost certainly fake. These are intended to mislead you into thinking you’re making an informed decision when the exact opposite is true.

Brain Stimulator Method Pricing and Refund Policy

The Brain Stimulator e-book is priced at $37 and is available for immediate download as soon as your payment is processed.

As a Clickbank product, the Brain Stimulator Method comes with a 60-day refund policy, which you’ll need to contact customer service at 800-390-6035 in order to request.

Our Bottom Line

Considering the fact that brain exercises alone will not improve cognition (and some conditions, such as Alzheimer’s, can’t be slowed or reversed at all); that the Brain Stimulator Method’s storyline (and even the main character) doesn’t add up; and that the e-book has no online customer reviews, we’d recommend saving your hard-earned money and speaking with your physician instead.

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