Bellabee now connects to a BrainMaster Atlantis or Echo using an adapter from 3.5 mm to 2.5 mm jacks.
Dr. Thomas F. Collura,
Ph.D., PE, President of BrainMaster Technologies:
This opens up the possibility of using the BrainMaster StimFlash protocols, including EEG controlled stimulation.
Well done, Bellabee!
Here is a reference describing how to determine sLORETA QEEG changes due to stimulation for research.
Rhythmic Stimulation Procedures in Neuromodulation
edited by James R. Evans, Robert Turner
The Bellabee fits directly into this protocol without modification.
I have found the Bellabee helpful with sleep. I don't think of the effect a simple "linear" result, i.e., either reinforcing or inhibiting. It is introducing the possibility for change, and by intermittently introducing a frequency, it temporarily disrupts it, but the aftereffect can be improved flexibility. Also, our studies have shown that the effect is not limited to the area beneath the stimulator, it can affect other parts of the brain.
Combination of using affordable EEG equipment, software, and Bellabee, you can do what they are doing with expensive fMRI.
Get a Bellabee, use it and come back in a couple of weeks.
»It always seems impossible until it is done.« (Nelson Mandela)