The power of brainwave entrainment

You have probably already heard that the human brain is an electrochemical organ. This means it is powered by electricity and chemicals. And brain’s electrical activity can be seen in the form of brainwaves.

They go from alpha to theta, but problems arise when our brain frequency is not aligned with what we are trying to achieve. We have all experienced how fear and stress inhibit us from thinking clearly and concentrating. Sometimes we need a little help to do what needs to be done, let it be focus or simply falling asleep. Is there a solution to these situations? Sure, some people would turn for help to pills, because brain is partly a chemical organ. But a different option exists. We can influence the electrical side of brain. This can be achieved through brainwave entrainment.

Though it sounds like playing a game, brainwave entrainment is actually a thoroughly studied, entirely safe wellness practice. Our minds function based on specific wave patterns that dictate our mood, particularly distinguishing between rest/relaxation/sleep mode and energy/focus/concentration/study modes. But there are other, more specific wave patterns that promote activities like meditation/yoga and can even help to control pain. 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. The new approach is to offer devices that allow you to harness this beneficial technology for safe, comfortable easy use at home. NeoRhythm is the latest such device, and the first in the world to offer a gesture-controlled headband.

PEMF therapy research studies have proven PEMF for being non-invasive, 
and entirely safe way, that  encourages our brain to mimic external signals provided by a device. 

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 relaxing 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. This is an example in everyday life of what PEMF technology does in a medical setting–and which you can now do at home, with NeoRhythm.

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