“Neuro programmer 3” – A caffeine supplement or even more

In 1998, Dr. David Trudeau used 18 Hz for the treatment of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and spoke about very positive results such as reduction of depression and impulsivity. The patients reported increased energy and improved sleep. Michael Hutchison also mentions this frequency in his book “MegaBrain” for the purpose of increasing energy and motivation. The similar result was achieved by Dr. Cary Howard in his study in 1986, where 12 students had significantly reduced fatigue at the end of a seven-week course.

It has been proven that brain stimulation can not only lead to relaxed and meditative states, but also to energy increase and motivation. This is confirmed by many users of the Neuro-Programmer 3 by attending the NP3 Wake Up session as a caffeine supplement.

The Neuro-Programmer 3 is a self-help and mind-programming tool created to bring about quick and long-lasting positive changes. The neuro-programmer’s system is divided into two main categories, the psychological and neurological aspects. Mental problems often require a combination of these two approaches. For example, depression can be treated most effectively by increasing the release of neurotransmitters in the brain, such as serotonin, in addition to therapy.

The system of Neuro-Programmer achieves self-help in 2 different ways:

The Neurological Aspect: Brainwave Entrainment

With the help of complex sound filters and sound Modulated by LED glasses, the NP is able to effectively and accurately influence brainwave patterns. Brainwave patterns are directly related to our everyday lives. For example, you can use a person’s brainwave pattern to determine if the person is tired, full of energy, or focused. Energy or focus is whether he is daydreaming, depressed or confused. It is equally interesting for people with depression, anxiety and a host of other widened disorders. By changing and optimizing brainwave patterns, a huge range of problems can be dramatically reduced (or resolved). For example, memory, concentration and mental speed can be increased enormously by brain wave stimulation. Sleep and deep stages of meditation can be initiated, headaches are reduced. They can even boost the release of helpful chemicals such as growth hormone and serotonin. Brainwave entrainment is not a new technology. On the contrary, it has been extensively researched for over 70 years.


The psychological aspect: Suggestions, visualizations and hypnosis

For problems that can not be solved by Brainwave Entrainment alone, there are a number of proven psychological techniques that can be used. Suggestions (affirmations) and visualization techniques are available to overcome anxiety, quit smoking, lose weight, boost your self-esteem, your performance and motivation, and much more. Hypnosis, for example, is a well-known psychological technique. The task of the hypnotist is primarily to relax the patient and to bring his mind into a receptive state (the so-called hypnotic trance). When this happens, the hypnotist uses a series of suggestions. Suggestions are sentences or commands (for example, “You are self-confident and self-determined!”). When your mind is in a receptive state, suggestions and other psychological techniques (such as visualizations) can have a quick and dramatic effect on your behavior and emotional response. The task of the neuro-programmer is to replace the hypnotist with a session. The sessions use powerful brainwave entrainment techniques that bring the user’s brainwave patterns into a receptive state. Once the user is at this point of maximum absorption, the Neuro-Programmer starts with the suggestions or reminds the user to start with the visualization exercises. In addition, the Neuro-Programmer includes professional hypnosis scripts that allow you to go beyond the already strong brain wave stimulation beyond introduction to the hypnotic state.


Further Reading

Frederick, J. A., Lubar, J. F., Rasey, H. W., Brim, S. A., & Blackburn, J. (1999). Effects of 18.5 Hz auditory and visual stimulation on EEG amplitude at the vertex. Journal of Neurotherapy, 3(3-4), 23-28.

Gontkovsky, S. T., & Montgomery, D. D. (1999, June). The physiological response to” beta sweep” entrainment. In APPLIED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AND BIOFEEDBACK (Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 133-133).

Hammond, D. C. (2001). Treatment of chronic fatigue with neurofeedback and self-hypnosis. NeuroRehabilitation, 16(4), 295-300.

Howard CE, Graham LE, 2nd, Wycoff SJ. A comparison of methods for reducing stress among dental students. J Dent Educ. 1986;50(9):542-544

Hutchison, M. (1986). Megabrain: New tools and techniques for brain growth and mind expansion. New York: Beech Tree Books.

Trudeu, D. (1999). A trial of 18 Hz Audio-Visual Stimulation (AVS) on Attention and Concentration in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Presented at the Society for Neuronal Regulation.

Neuro Programmer 3. Technologie. https://goo.gl/PrTevH . Zugriff am 15.03.2018


How the Shape of Your Ears Affects What You Hear

An important affect of using SonicTonic is the altered state of consciousness that is experienced largely due to the movement of sound caused by panning, ASMR and virtual surround sound software. Interestingly, the experience and identification of positioning varies from person to person.  Neuroscientists from the International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS) at the University of Montreal have recently published a study in the Journal of neuroscience, examining the representation of vertical sound direction in the auditory cortex using an fMRI scanner, proving that what we hear is affected by the shape of our ears.

Source: The New York times (Veronique Greenwood) | Journal of neuroscience (Régis Trapeau and Marc Schönwiesner from the International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS)

Groves at the Digital Insurance Agenda 2017 in Munich

John Groves will be speaking as thought leader at the DIA in Munich on Thursday November 16th 2017. He will talk about the effect of disruptive technologies in the music creation process and about the neglected potential of sound in preventive and corporate healthcare.

John will speak on the 16.November from 3:50 to 4:10pm and will be accessible for questions afterwards.

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