Why NeoRhythm Works?

If you’ve ever felt yourself grow sleepy while on a train ride, the repetitive chug-a-chug of the wheels lulling you to sleep, there’s a neurological reason for that. The rhythm of the wheels matches a brain wave state that encourages relaxation and sleep. Our brains take a cue from the movement of the train and mirror the rhythm. The result is that your state of mind shifts into sleep mode.

Research studies have proven PEMF therapy to be a non-invasive, entirely safe way to encourage our brain to mimic external signals provided by a device.

How Does it Work?

Our every activity is reflected in the brain in the form of brainwaves with different frequencies – alpha, beta, gamma, delta and theta. NeoRhythm emits corresponding dominant and accompanying frequencies to which the brain synchronizes, creating a perfect mental environment for the desired state of mind.

This is called brainwave entrainment. Each of the 7 stimulation programs uses scientifically-determined frequencies, based on dozens of scientific studies in the field of pulsed electromagnetic therapy (PEMF) across the world, and years of our own research.

Hear from our experts

I treat kids and adults with NeoRhytm.

NeoRhythm is a device that I have offered to many of my clients as an alternative or adjunct treatment for many of the conditions that I treat, such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.


Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, US

NeoRythm works, guaranteed!

Tests in our clinic have demonstrated effective stress reduction and anti-aging effects, after only 15 minutes therapy. I am a health professional with 12 years experience in electromedical devices.


Uno Vita AS Klinikk for Integrert Medisin, Norway

My work with clients is enriched.

The differentiated possibilities of Neorythm are impressive and continuously enrich my therapeutic work with my clients. It. supports a mindfulness-based way of life and helps to reduce stress.


Doctorate from Psychology, Germany

NeoRhythm decreased heart rate on patients in less than 10 minutes.

Both scientific studies we conducted showed that NeoRhythm's frequencies can positively affect the users brain frequencies in Attention and Relaxation field.


Institute for Bioelectormagnetics and New Biology

It really slows your brain down.

What I have noticed about the Sleep and Relaxation programs is that they really slow your brain down. I have tested a lot of similar devices but NeoRhythm is unique because of the Pulsed Electromagnetic technology it uses.


Navy trained Psychiatrist who specializes in neurotechnology

During this stressful time, NeoRhythm is a truly valuable aid.

The programs I find myself relying on most heavily are Energy and Vitality and Improve focus. I use these daily because they help me push through my “To Do” list when I would otherwise give into distraction or exhaustion.


Clinical Psychologist

Stimulation Frequencies

NeoRhythm is the most optimized wearable on the market

NeoRhythm is constantly being updated and improved to ensure the best and most beneficial experience for our users.
We are in the middle of the biggest and most personalized PEMF research led by leading scientists on more than 8000 NeoRhythm users to determine the optimal electromagnetic frequencies and intensities and raise the bar for future PEMF devices.

Our research experts

Beverly Rubik, Ph.D.

Dr. Rubik is an internationally renowned scientist, public speaker, educator, author, and consultant. She holds a Ph.D. in Biophysics from the University of California, Berkeley, in Biofield Science and Energy Medicine. She’s the president and founder of the Institute for Frontier Science. Dr. Rubik has published two books and over 90 papers and serves as a public speaker on electromagnetic fields, energy medicine, and mind-body medicine.

Igor Jerman, Ph.D.

Dr. Jerman has been a Full University Professor as a Doctor of biological sciences since 1999. He studied bioelectromagnetics and biological structuralism in-depth under the prestigious mentorship of prof. Brian Goodwin and Dr. Mae-Wan Ho. He is co-founder and CEO at BION Institute, where he focuses on bioelectromagnetic research and how magnetic fields influence organisms.

Brainwave Entrainment

Brainwave Entrainment is a thoroughly-studied, entirely safe wellness practice. There are specific wave patterns that dictate different ‘modes’ in our brains, particularly rest and relaxation and energy and concentration. Additionally, there are even more specific wave patterns that can encourage meditation and even pain relief.

NeoRhythm uses medium-intensity magnetic fields with maximum magnetic flux density of 20-25 Gauss (2-2.5 mT) to generate the right frequencies for brainwave entrainment. Such intensity has been confirmed to be effective but still non-invasive and safe to use. The key technology at play here is called PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) and this is a tried and true approach, FDA-approved and in use by doctors for decades.

How Rhythm
Influences Our Minds

Brain cancer NeoRhythm PEMF studies
Deep relaxation10 Hz
Improve sleep4 Hz
Meditation Calm9 Hz
Energy and Vitality40,5 Hz
Improve focus33,71 Hz
Deep meditation4 Hz
Pain control303,41 Hz

Neural oscillations, also known as brainwaves, are reflections of repetitive electrochemical activity in the brain and central nervous system.

They are similar to acoustic and optical waves as they also have a specific frequency and amplitude. Our every activity is reflected in the form of brainwaves with a dominant frequency and accompanying frequencies.

Harness the Power of Electromagnetic Force

Electromagnetism is one of the four fundamental forces in the universe and is responsible for innumerable observable phenomena in everyday life.

NeoRhythm features five inverted coils, strategically placed across the comfortable headband, to produce harmless electromagnetic fields that emit waves in patterns that your mind seeks to immitate.

The maximum magnetic flux used by NeoRhythm is 25 gauss, which is well within the range considered entirely safe for home use, and which have been scientifically-confirmed to be effective and harmless.

Non-invasive Solution

Each of the NeoRhythm eight mood settings emits extra-low frequency electromagnetic pulses. These pulses gently coax the natural frequencies of your mind and body to speed up or slow down and match your desired mood.

Our ability to transition through frequencies determines how successful we are at managing stress, focusing & getting a good night’s sleep. When magnetic fields reach the brain, they produce very small electrical currents. Since the brain itself uses electricity to send and receive signals to/from other parts of the body, the process is not unnatural to the body.

NeoRhythm is non-invasive and safe to use.

Targeted and Effective

Because of well-thought positioning of 5 magnetic-field-generating inverted coils, which separately and in-tune target specific areas in the brain (prefrontal cortex, temporal lobes, cerebellum, parietal lobe, occipital lobe) or spinal cord to offer the largest and most precise stimulation area on the market today.


Hundreds of relevant scientific studies and publications have been reviewed and evaluated during our 3 (and more) years of research and development. Below is the list of core studies (most of them have been made on multi-coil systems) that have directed the research and shaped the design of our devices.

Lutz, A., Greischar, L. L., Rawlings, N. B., Ricard, M. & Davidson, R. J. (2004). Long-term meditators self-induce high-amplitude gamma synchrony during mental practice. Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences, 101(46), 16369-16373.

Baijal, S. & Srinivasan, N. (2010). Theta activity and meditative states: spectral changes during concentrative meditation. Cognitive processing, 11(1), 31-38.

Pasquini, H. A., Tanaka, G. K., Basile, L. F. H., Velasques, B., Lozano, M. D. & Ribeiro, P. (2015). Electrophysiological correlates of long-term Soto Zen meditation. BioMed Research International, 2015.

Braboszcz, C., Cahn, B. R., Levy, J., Fernandez, M. & Delorme, A. (2017). Increased gamma brainwave amplitude compared to control in three different meditation traditions. PloS one, 12(1), e0170647.

Cahn, B. R., Delorme, A. & Polich, J. (2010). Occipital gamma activation during Vipassana meditation. Cognitive processing, 11(1), 39-56.

Gao, X., Wang, X., Chen, F., Qi, H., Wang, X., Ming, D. & Zhou, P. (2014, August). Research on brain induced effect byextremely low frequency pulsed magnetic stimulation. In Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE (pp. 2613-2616). IEEE.

Bell, G. B., Marino, A. A. & Chesson, A. L. (1994). Frequency-specific responses in the human brain caused by electromagnetic fields. Journal of the neurological sciences, 123(1), 26-32.

Rubik, B. (2011). Neurofeedback-enhanced gamma brainwaves from the prefrontal cortical region of meditators and non-meditators and associated subjective experiences.The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 17(2), 109-115.

Fröhlich F. Experiments and models of cortical oscillations as a target for noninvasive brain stimulation. Prog Brain Res. 2015;222:41-73. [PubMed]

Colzato, L. S. (Ed.). (2017). Theory-driven approaches to cognitive enhancement..Springer

Makowiecki, K., Garrett, A., Harvey, A. R. & Rodger, J. (2018). Low-intensity repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation requires concurrent visual system activity to modulate visual evoked potentials in adult mice. Scientific reports, 8(1), 5792.

Meyers, B. A. (2013). Pemf-the Fifth Element of Health: Learn Why Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (Pemf) Therapy Supercharges Your Health Like.Nothing Else! BalboaPress.

Moscatelli F, Valenzano A, Monda V, Ruberto M, Monda G, Triggiani AI, Monda E, Chieffi S, Villano I, Parisi L, Roccella M, Messina A. (2017). Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) application in sport medicine: A brief review. Acta Medica Mediterranea, 33: 423 – 430.

Pawluk MD MSc, William (2017). Power Tools for Health: How pulsed magnetic fields (PEMFs) help you. FriesenPress. Kindle Edition.

Pentelényi, K. (2013). Pulsed Magnetic Therapy. Drug-free healing and pain relief. Oxford Medical Instruments Hungary.

Rosch, P. J. & Markov, M. S. (2004). Bioelectromagnetic medicine. Informa Healthcare.

Thuile, C. (1998). Das große Buch der Magnetfeldtherapie für Ärzte, Therapeuten und Patienten. Neomedica GmbH.

Safety studies

Anderson B, Mishory A, Nahas Z, et al. Tolerability and safety of high daily doses of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in healthy young men. J ECT. 2006;22(1):49-53. [PubMed]

0Reddy M, Vijay M. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Depression: State of the Art. Indian J Psychol Med. 2017;39(1):1-3. [PMC]