Treat your stress by listening to your brainwaves

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How do you deal with stress or a bad mood? Exercise and listening to music might be some common responses, but if you suffer from chronic stress or have experienced a life-threatening or negative external life experience, you may want to consider actually listening to your brain waves. Just as you use a mirror to tame your morning hair, so you can use the BRAINtellect 2 (B-2) headband to reflect how your brain is feeling and tame its stress.

This headband created by Brain State Technologies contains four sensors that “monitor four locations of two corresponding lobes of the brain in the left and right hemispheres. These areas play a key role in regulating emotional well-being and arousal response to stress”. It then sends these brainwave patterns to a customized tablet containing the software that translates those brainwaves into “musical” frequencies that are then transmitted to your earbuds – thus reflecting in tones what your brain is “feeling”. By using the B-2 for as little as 10 minutes per day, the brain recognizes its own patterns then begins to adjust to a more relaxed state. The software adjusts as well in real time to reflect your brain’s response. Using the B-2 does not require the person to actively train the brain, rather the process is passive. Just put on the headband and your earbuds and sit back and listen to your brain. Treatments using the BRAINtellect 2 can improve your sleep, mental clarity, and emotional well-being.

Interested? You can find more information or back-order yours at braintellect.com. You will receive the BRAINtellect 2 headband connected to a Bluetooth wireless controller box and a customized Windows-based tablet containing the software for $1195. Estimated shipping date will be April 2016. DISCLAIMER: “The BRAINtellect 2 device, and its software (“smart Protocol”), is not intended to treat, cure, heal, or diagnose any disease, mental illness or symptom… [and] is NOT a medical device… Please consult with your Doctor before changing any medications and to discuss whether the BRAINtellect 2 is right for you.”

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