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Brain labs and clinics have long employed EEG to measure brain activity for the purposes of assessing cognitive functions, sleep, and even to retrain the brain.
EEG Electrodes are placed on precise areas of the scalp. This plays a significant role in putting meaning to the generated signals.
To achieve the same placement flexibility and accuracy in interpreting the signals, Myndlift adds an external gold-cup electrode to the Muse headset.
EEG signal is sensitive to external noises and requires delicate handling.
These graphs show how Myndlift’s signal processing compares with that of a clinical-grade system.
Reacting to the brainwave activity in real time can help the brain learn to regulate itself better.
In EEG biofeedback (also called neurofeedback), the user is given a reward through visual/auditory stimuli based on the changes in the mental state.
For example, if training for relaxation, then whenever the mind is relaxed (i.e., alpha brainwaves intensify), a rewarding nature sound emerges.
This conditioning reinforces the relaxed state over time.
Over 400+ peer-reviewed studies have been published on the use of clinical neurofeedback and have shown its efficacy with ADHD, anxiety, PTSD, addiction and more.
Significant improvement in attention
Results of a study done over the course of 9 weeks of using Myndlift. Attention was measured using a Continuous Performance Task.
Progressively larger effect size with more sessions
Results of an analysis done on over 700 Myndlift users who have symptoms of stress or anxiety.