Have you experienced difficulty with sleep or anxiety?  Want to improve your overall wellness and optimize brain function?


Relax Your Brain Activity

Release Worrisome Thoughts

Boost your mood

Improve sleep patterns

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Light & Sound Brain Wave Entrainment can be a game-changer.

Brain Wave Entrainment is a technique that uses pulses of light and sound at specific frequencies to gently and safely guide the brain into various brainwave patterns. By altering your brainwave frequencies, you can boost your mood, improve sleep patterns, sharpen your mind, and increase relaxation levels, all with the simple push of a button. 

This non-invasive therapy can produce situationally-appropriate brainwave frequencies through the process of entrainment that increases blood flow in the brain and increases the metabolization of glucose to the cerebral region, improving functioning of the neurons. The combined outcome of these processes is improved mental performance.

It is an effective, inexpensive alternative therapy for many disorders such as anxiety, ADHD,), PTSD, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. The therapy can be used successfully to boost physical performance for athletes, academic performance for students, business performance and corporate wellness, and cognitive performance for seniors

Restore Good Brain Function

When in this deep state, your brain-body’s regenerative repair chemicals (parasympathetic hormones) and stabilizing neurotransmitters – such as serotonin, endorphins, and dopamine – are released, which restore good brain function. Contributing to this restoration by providing a stress-break, increasing cerebral blood flow and encouraging impaired neuronal firing, which allows the brain to return to normal function.

Many patients have reported the experience to be beneficial to many of life’s essentials, contributing to the natural regenerative process of the body and brain.

Improved cerebral blood flow (CBF)

CBF is associated with many forms of mental disorders, including anxiety, depression, attentional problems, behavior disorders, and impaired cognitive function. CBF tends to lower as we age, often causing cognitive decline. People experiencing depressed mood usually have lower levels of CBF in the left frontal and prefrontal lobes.

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