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QEEG

QEEG

The quantitative EEG (QEEG) uses state-of-the-art data processing to make disorders visible in the brain using a brain map. Thus, a diagnostician can significantly expand his or her range of possibilities - ultimately, the biological basis of autism, stress, diseases or learning disorders in the brain can be identified.

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Neuromeditation

Neuromeditation

In neuromeditation, neurofeedback techniques are used in meditation practices, such as MBSR (mindfulness based stress reduction). This can help meditators and therapists to define and refine the process, potentially increasing motivation, interest, and impact. Neuromeditation can be used on many mental health conditions, including: AD(H)D, anxiety and depression.

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ISF

ISF

ISF stands for Infra Slow Fluctuation. It is the scientific term for oscillations in the brain with a very low frequency (infra = below, below, slow = fluctuation = fluctuation). ISF Neurofeedback specifically trains these slow oscillations to improve overall brain performance.

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Photobiomodulation

Photobiomodulation

Photobiomodulation (ancient Greek photos = light, Greek bios = life, Latin modulatio = measure) is a special branch of phototherapy. In Photobiomodulation areas of the body (e.g., the head) are irradiated with near infrared light so as to excite the mitochondria in the cells. This increases the cells energy, helps them regenerate faster and makes them more resistant.

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BraibAvatar

BrainAvatar

BrainAvatar™ is the next generation of EEG and neurofeedback software available for Atlantis and Discovery systems. BrainAvatar combines all existing BrainMaster components with new features including EEG, peripheral modalities and integrated evaluation and training in a previously unparalleled system.

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