With their busy lifestyles and heavy workloads, Americans are finding it hard to get their required seven to nine hours of sleep each night. 40% of people age 40 to 59 reported that they are getting less than recommended amounts of sleep. Lack of Sleep costs the United States over $411 Billion Annually, reported Fortune Magazine.
MDCN technology Inc. has a developed a neurostimulation headband that will help you to de-stress, focus, sleep & meditate better and more. Dubbed NeoRhythm, the headband uses a safe magnetic method of neuromodulation to target specific areas of the brain with the purpose of helping the user reach a desired state of mind such as relaxation, focus or sleep.
NeoRhythm is the latest innovation in the rapidly developing field of neuroscience, using a safe magnetic method of neuromodulation to target specific areas of the brain with the purpose of helping the user reach a desired state of mind such as relaxation, focus or sleep.
The brain processes information about how we feel, behave and perform. The electrical footprint of its function is seen in the form of brain waves, which change depending on our activity.
NeoRhythm emits scientifically-validated dominant and accompanying frequencies to which the brain synchronizes, creating a perfect mental environment for the desired state of mind.
The headband doesn’t just target the brain in general. It can be used in five different positions to better reach the area of the brain you want to stimulate.
NeoRhythm works without any wires or control buttons. Simply tap it twice to select the last mode used or to select another mode through the app on your smartphone.
The wearable headband has been scientifically tested and proved to be effective by two double-blind, placebo-controlled studies.
“The results showed that brain stimulation led to better performance on the memory tests, with it taking three days of stimulation before the improvement occurred,” says the company.
The NeoRhythm Headband is compatible with iOS/Android devices. There are 7 stimulation programs available, including one for pain control. The device is expected to start shipping in December.