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Light and Sound Neurotherapy for ADHD and Learning Problems

February 8, 2016

Neuropsychological research has established that people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have impairments in the functioning of their frontal cortex.

What Kinds of Problems Can Be Improved Using the NeuroAdvantage Trainer?

January 13, 2016

Research has shown that brain retraining provides an extremely effective and natural method to reduce the symptoms of many disorders caused by improper brainwave production. The NeuroAdvantageâ„¢ Trainer can also be used to improve general well-being.

Who SHOULD NOT USE the NeuroAdvantage Trainer?

January 13, 2016

The NeuroAdvantageâ„¢ Trainer should not be used by those using a pacemaker or having a history of brain seizures, epilepsy, light-stimulated seizures, or cardiac arrhythmia.

What are Brainwaves?

January 13, 2016

The human brain is basically an electrical router. A fully functioning brain can generate as much as 20 watts of electrical power. The brain is always generating some level of electrical activity, whether we are mentally active, resting or asleep.

What are gamma brain waves?

January 13, 2016

Gamma waves are the fastest of the five brainwave frequencies (40 – 70 Hz), and represent the highest state of focus possible. Gamma waves link and process information from all parts of the brain, and are associated with peak concentration and problem solving.

What are Beta Brainwaves?

January 13, 2016

Beta waves are naturally generated by the brain when we are in an awake, alert state of consciousness, and oscillate between 13 to 40 times per second. A highly excited or anxious brain will generate very high levels of Beta waves (25 – 40 Hz). A calm, but highly focused brain generates levels of Beta waves in the range of 14 to 18 Hz.

What Are Alpha Brainwaves?

January 13, 2016

Alpha waves oscillate between 7 and 13 Hz, and are observed during periods of rest, relaxation and meditation.

What Are Theta Brainwaves?

January 13, 2016

Theta waves are the second slowest frequency of brainwaves, cycling at a rate of 4 to 7 time per second (4 Hz – 7 Hz). Theta waves are associated with the early stages of sleep and the process of dreaming, and are the border between the conscious and subconscious worlds.

What Are Delta Brainwaves?

January 13, 2016

Delta waves represent the brain’s slowest frequency range, and cycle at a rate of 1-4 times per second (1 Hz – 4 Hz). Delta waves dominate when you are in a deep sleep, and are the dominant brainwave pattern among infants.

What Are Binaural Beats?

January 13, 2016

Binaural beats were discovered in 1839, and have been studied extensively. They have been shown to be a viable and effective method of brain retraining.

What Are Monaural Beats?

January 13, 2016

Learn about Monaural Beats.

What Are Isochronic Pulsed Tones?

January 13, 2016

Learn what Isochronic Pulsed Tones are.

What is the NeuroAdvantage Trainer and How Does It Work?

January 13, 2016

The NeuroAdvantageTrainer is a compact and portable sophisticated, yet easy-to-use device that allows you to experience both the visual and auditory aspects of the programs we have designed to improve physical, mental and emotional functioning.

How does the NeuroAdvantage System work?

January 13, 2016

The NeuroAdvantage™ System is designed to take advantage of your brain’s natural tendency to synchronize with pleasant rhythmic stimulations, and uses our carefully designed programs of light and/or sound stimulations to gently massage your mind, while guiding it in the desired direction.

Can Brain Retraining improve your life?

January 13, 2016

Most of us spend our lives getting pushed around by our own brainwaves. We unconsciously react to situations based on our state of mind instead of being the masters of our own internal universe.

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