Mind Aging Clock reports redefine wellness and resilience

Simple, highly scalable, cloud tech can provide accurate and comprehensive assessment of psychological age.

Deep Longevity has today launched its Mind Age clock on the SenoClock platform. Deep Longevity is hoping MindAge will be a breakthrough in the field of aging research, providing individuals with an accurate and comprehensive assessment of their psychological age.

Deep Longevity defines mind age as “the mental state most typical for people of a certain age group” – chronological age, as our readers will know, is simply your age in calendar years.  

Mind Aging Clock reports redefine wellness and resilience
Photograph: MindAge® Report on core Wellbeing Parameters/Deep Longevity

A higher mind age can be indicative of being in a poor psychological state – this can manifest as stress, an inability to form stable relationships or low self-esteem. A lower mind age when compared with chronological age, on the other hand, can indicate a tendency to explore new ideas, meet new people and create a better future for oneself. 

By baselining MindAge, Deep Longevity has created a quantifiable framework for improving mental health and wellness. 

Longevity.Technology: The Mind Age clock uses machine learning algorithms to predict an individual’s psychological age based on data collected from a simple psychological test. The resulting aging report aims to provide valuable insights into motivation, personal growth, environmental mastery, purpose in life, &c, and could revolutionize the mental health industry and the way the way individuals assess their psychological age and wellbeing.

Hosted on the SenoClock platform, MindAge aims to help individuals gain personalized guidance on how to improve their confidence, productivity, happiness and longevity. With tech available over an API, the Mind Age clock incorporates advanced machine learning algorithms that processes responses to a predetermined set of survey questions to generate an individual’s psychological profile with high precision and accuracy; it then recommends a set of actions to improve resilience and wellbeing.

MindAge reports are organized in sections, each one covering an aspect of mental health and offering ways to improve a user’s psychological well-being: 

Deep Longevity is aware that the mental health crisis is a burgeoning problem across the world – a situation only worsened by the pandemic and its aftermath. The company hopes MindAge will be able to change that reality for the better.  

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Deepankar Nayak, the CEO of Deep Longevity

Deepankar Nayak, the CEO of Deep Longevity, said: “MindAge reports represent a major breakthrough in our understanding of the human mind and offer unique insights and motivations to improve wellbeing and resilience. By taking a holistic approach to mental health and providing specific, actionable results, they have the potential to transform the way mental health consultations are conducted, and ultimately improve the lives of millions of people around the world.”

The MindAge algorithm creates a psychological profile, and the report generated uses the popular Ryff Scale to depict wellbeing on six distinct parameters. This allows users to see how individual facets of their personality affect their psychological wellbeing and to what degree, illustrating areas of life in which they are doing well, as well as where they need to improve.

Fedor Galkin, the Director of Research at Deep Longevity, says: “By dwelling into the specific effect of each parameter, these reports provide a quick and simple analysis of the current mental state of the user. It will not only help a mental health professional understand their patient better but also offer personalized care based on the predictions.”

The MindAge report is able to generate personalized recommendations and simple steps for improving the mental health of individuals, and it this level of personalization was a key parameter in MindAge’s design.

Deep Longevity is well aware mental health care can not afford to take a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach; no two people dealing with mental health will have the same experience or issue, and one person’s path to mental wellbeing have a different start and end point from someone else’s. Indeed, this need for an individual approach is one of the reasons mental healthcare can be so expensive.

Mind Aging Clock reports redefine wellness and resilience
Photograph: Mind Age® Report on core Wellbeing Parameters/Deep Longevity

Under the hood, MindAge profiles people into different psychological types. The algorithm projects the test results on a 2D heat map, which allows the AI to pinpoint exactly where a person stands on their path to genuine happiness and longevity and where they should be heading. A self-organizing map (SOM) then generates the optimal self-improvement route unique to the individual with a set of recommendations.

With a psychological age and wellbeing report being generated with minutes, Deep Longevity hopes the Mind Age clock will enable people to quickly start taking positive steps to improve their situations and change the way the mental health industry operates for the better.

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