Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Brain State Technologies LLC, Scottsdale, Arizona, is pleased to announce a significant new development in its research program on Brainwave Optimization™, known technically as High-resolution, relational, resonance-based electroencephalic mirroring, or HIRREM™.
Together with their research collaborators at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, led by Charles D. Tegeler, M.D., professor in the Department of Neurology, Brain State Technologies has published a "methodology" paper in the peer reviewed scientific journal Brain and Behavior, “HIRREM: a non-invasive, allostatic technology for relaxation and auto-calibration of neural oscillations,” online January 14, 2013.
The paper introduces the procedures and theory associated with Brainwave Optimization and explains why it may have a role for helping people with a variety of conditions related not only to the nervous system but also the physical body as a whole.
Brainwave Optimization (HIRREM) is designed to facilitate relaxation and auto-calibration of neural oscillations. Auto-calibration of neural oscillations refers to the brain itself adjusting its own patterns of rhythmic functioning, toward more optimal patterns.
A variety of health challenges have been shown to be associated with suboptimal patterns of rhythmic functioning, including insomnia, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and others. By helping the brain to optimize its own rhythms, Brainwave Optimization may have a role for individuals facing these challenges.
In its essence, Brainwave Optimization is aligned with an advanced theoretical model of physiological regulation, referred to as allostasis, meaning "stability through change.” Allostasis is ba
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