DID YOU KNOW?
You can improve your concentration, learning and working memory with neurofeedback (NFB).
If you feel that you are not performing well at study, work or game, you can use this device to improve and enhance your performance. With continuous training/ therapy you can make the improvement gain long-lasting, as it has the potential to reset your brain connections and boost brain cells to perform better.
Some of the recent, modern electromagnetic techniques are rTMS (repeated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) and PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) therapy. The use of electromagnetic therapy to alleviate many conditions have been used for over hundreds of years till the end of 19th century/ start of 20th century. Interest in it was subdued in the middle period of 20th century, but now the interest has again increased, as evidenced by increase in research and clinical studies in this field.
Effects of an Integrated Neurofeedback System with Dry Electrodes: EEG Acquisition and Cognition Assessment
Evaluated the effectiveness of the [neurofeedback] system in a single-blind control experiment in healthy people, who increased the alpha frequency band power in a neurofeedback protocol. We found that upregulation of the alpha power density improved working memory following short-term training (only five training sessions in a week).
EEG correlates of working memory performance in females
Beta2 power increased with the increasing WM load and did not significantly depend on the type of the task. At the level of individual differences, we found that the high performance (HP) group was characterized by higher alpha rhythm power. The HP group demonstrated task-related increment of theta power in the left anterior area and a gradual increase of theta power at midline area.
rTMS equipment is costly, needs a clinical set-up and treats with current in the range of 1-2 Tesla. On the other hand, PEMF cost in tremendously less, can be performed anywhere and anytime and the current used is in the range of 100-200 micro-tesla, significantly lower than TMS. This has led to popularity and preference for PEMF therapy, which is also used for other conditions like insomnia (sleep disturbance), anxiety, depression, stress, PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), meditation and a growing list of other conditions. The beneficial effects of PEMF are increasingly growing and gaining popularity because of ease of use and simplicity of the apparatus.
Rhythmic control of ‘brain waves’ can boost memory
Memory performance can be enhanced by rhythmic neural stimulation, using both invasive and non-invasive techniques.
Dynamic links between theta executive functions and alpha storage buffers in auditory and visual working memory
WM [working Memory] task‐relevant brain regions are coordinated by distant theta synchronization for central executive functions, by local alpha synchronization for the memory storage buffer, and by theta–alpha coupling for inter‐functional integration.
Can pulsed electromagnetic fields make your (or your child’s) brain grow stronger?
Compared to controls, the brains of treated mice had developed stronger connections between neurons, indicating better function. Brain showed proliferation of stem cells in areas associated with learning, memory, and moods.
These have been researched for more than 30 years in Europe and the World Health Organization (WHO) has established clear safety standards for such devices.
USE OF BELLABEE PEMF THERAPY FOR CONCENTRATION/ LEARNING/ WORKING MEMORY
You can select “Concentrate” mode or go to “Create Therapy” mode to customize therapy for Anxiety (GAD) on Bellabee software. This software can be used with any android or IOS device.
SUGGESTED THERAPY FOR CONCENTRATION/ LEARNING/ WORKING MEMORY
To start with you can use the “Concentrate” mode and use it for 70 minutes each day or follow the suggested guidelines and make required adjustments according to the brain analysis and individual response.
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