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Advanced NeuroTechnology based Brain Assessment & Improvement
No Medication, Painless, No Side Effects, Non Invasive Procedures
(No Current, No Radiation, No Magnetic waves)

  • ADD, ADHD, Dyselxia & Learning Disorders
  • Addiction, Alcoholism, Smoking, Substance Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment Disorder
  • Autism, Aspergers, Developmental Delays
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Defiance & Conduct Disorders Of Children
  • Dementias & Age-Related Declines
  • Depression & Mood Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Enhancing Your Brain
  • Fibromyalgia And Pain Disorders
  • Insomnia, Sleep Disorders And Chronic Fatigue
  • Migraines
  • OCD and Obsessive Thinking
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  • Seizures
  • Better Memory
  • Greater Concentration
  • Sharper Focus
  • Deeper Attention
  • Restful Sleep
  • Improved IQ
  • Peak Performance
  • Reduced Migraines
  • Lower Hypertension
  • Control Anxiety
  • Reduced Stress
  • Enhanced Creativity
  • Overcome Depression
  • Emotional Balance
  • Help quit Smoking
  • Stroke And Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Tinnitus (Ear Ringing)

The first step to achieve optimum performance in your life. Evidence based measure (US FDA registered) of how you feel and function, using scientifically proven method to get vital information about brain activity based on Neurometric readings. Conducted using the most advanced Brain Computer Interface. A set of sensors is placed on the head which read the brainwaves. It is completely non-invasive, painless and takes about 30 minutes. A detailed practical report on various aspects of your function, feelings and performance on areas like, attention, memory, mood, executive functions, learning abilities, salience and more is made available along with a consultation session to understand your unique brainwave patterns.We can then improve your brain, how you feel, function based on this understanding.

The human brain a spongy, 1.5 kg mass of tissue is the most complex living structure in the known universe. It has a capacity to store more information than a supercomputer and to create a network of connections that far surpasses any social network. This single organ controls every aspect of the body, ranging from heart rate and hunger to emotion and memory. The brain controls the immune system’s response to disease and determines, in part, how well people respond to medical treatments. It shapes our thoughts, beliefs, hopes, dreams, and imaginations. It is the brain’s ability to perform all these functions that makes us human.Neuroscience studies the brain, the nervous system and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions. It strives for a deeper understanding of how the brain’s 100 billion nerve cells are born, grow, and connect.

The brain is an organ but the mind isn't. The brain is the physical place where the mind resides. The mind is the manifestation of thought, perception, emotion, determination, memory and imagination that takes place within the brain. Mind is often used to refer especially to the thought processes of reason. Your brain is part of the visible, tangible world of the body. Your mind is part of the invisible, transcendent world of thought, feeling, attitude, belief and imagination. The brain is the physical organ most associated with mind and consciousness.

A few decades ago the brain was supposedly fixed and unchangeable once it reached adulthood. Medical science has realised that these long held beliefs about the brain were simply medical myths. The Brain is plastic throughout life – It is constantly changing. Just like your physical body, it is now scientifically proven that the brain can and does change its physical form and function throughout a person's lifespan; and, just like the rest of our body, our brains require regular exercise. This naturally adaptive and organic change is known as Neuroplasticity or Brain Plasticity. It is a common term in neuroscience, referring to the brain's ability to physically change at any age – for better or worse. This flexibility plays an incredibly important role in our brain development (or decline) and in shaping our distinct personalities.

It is a physical process. Gray matter can actually shrink or thicken; neural connections can be forged and refined or weakened and severed. Changes in the physical brain show as changes in our abilities. Often, people think of childhood and young adulthood as a time of brain growth—the young person constantly learns new things, embarks on new adventures, shows an inquisitive and explorative spirit. Conversely, older adulthood is often seen as a time of cognitive decline, with people becoming more forgetful, less inclined to seek new experiences, more "set in their ways". But what recent research has shown is that under the right circumstances, the power of neuroplasticity can help adult minds grow. Although certain brain machinery tends to decline with age, there are steps people can take to tap into plasticity and reinvigorate that machinery.

Brain-computer interface (BCI) is a collaboration between the brain and a device that enables signals from the brain to direct some external activity. The interface enables a direct communications pathway between the brain and the object. The easiest and non invasive method is one which at the base uses a set of electrodes, a device known as an electroencephalograph attached to the scalp. The electrodes can read brain signals and communicate these to a computer.

How Does QEEG guided LoRETA Z Score NeuroFeedback Work?

The first time the client comes to the centre the BCI headset is used to record the measurement of electrical patterns at the surface of the scalp which reflect neuronal activity, and are commonly referred to as 'brainwaves'. There is no electric current or magnetic waves or radiation or invasiveness of any type whatsoever. Individual recordings of brainwaves are compared to normative and clinical databases in a statistical analysis designed to augment our understanding of the individual's brain function. This assessment is done once and is used along with an understanding of the individual's symptoms to design neurofeedback(NFB) programs personalized to your unique brain.

During a NFB session the client simply sits back comfortably in a chair, the brain computer interface headset is placed on the head. Adjustments are made so that the sensors are touching the scalp properly and a clean reading of the brainwaves is available. The client has to look at a tv screen which provides audio and visual feedback on the basis of the brainwave activity at microsecond intervals and the protocol made for the client. The brainwaves are constantly monitored on another screen and changes to the session made as required in real time. Individuals usually require around 30 sessions (number of sessions varies depending upon several factors like age, severity of symptoms, the type of dysregulation etc). Each session is around 35-40 minutes.

NFB works through a simple process of reinforcing the subconscious brain to change itself. NFB treats a variety of conditions in a safe and effective manner because it works at the subconscious level through the use of computers. It creates lasting changes in the brain by creating new activity through a process of measurement and reinforcement. The brain receives rewards when optimum neuronal activity occurs, thus training the brain for optimal regulation and function. When you give the brain information about itself (through the audio and visuals), it has an enormous capacity for change. NFB provides the brain with real-time information and asks it to make adjustments. The brain can respond rapidly when it receives this reward in micro seconds . With self-regulation the brain learns to also calm the nervous system, reducing or eliminating symptoms. Almost any brain, regardless of its level of function (or dysfunction), can be trained to function better. QEEG guided LoRETA Z Score NFB is the most Advanced, Effective, Drug Free, Non Invasive, with Zero Side Effects and the 1st of its kind in India.

NFB is not a new concept. It has been the subject of the study of researchers for several decades. NFB originated in USA in the Sixties, pioneered by Nasa as a way of training astronauts' brains to behave differently (and is continued to be used by them). Over the years, advancements in hardware, brain computer interfaces, processor speeds, software and availability of high quality US FDA registered databases have seen results improve several fold. NFB employs a sophisticated, evidence-based approach with quantifiable results backed by 50 years of application. There are over 1500 peer reviewed scientific journal papers published over the last few decades about the efficacy. For example: American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) revised its 'Evidence-based Child and Adolescent Psycho-social Interventions' and elevated Brainwave Biofeedback to “Level 1 — Best Support” as an intervention for Attention & Hyperactivity Behaviors.

Millions of individuals - children, executives, businessmen, sports stars, celebrities, homemakers and others have successfully used this for enhancing their brains or to help with issues listed earlier.


Global Media on NFB


CNN’s Larry King and Dr. Sanjay Gupta
“... This is a brave new world of neuroscience, actually being able to assign some sort of a physical attributes to what were typically considered psychological diseases…”
Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent & Neurosurgeon

How tuning brain can lead to self-motivation

Olympic extremes: Thought control

Therapists are using neurofeedback to treat ADHD, PTSD and other conditions

Olympian Shooter Abhinav Bindra on Sessions with Chelsea’s Tim Harkness
“Earlier, he worked out of South Africa and I’d spent around 300 hours with him in the build up to the Beijing Olympics... As part of the neuro feedback training, I’d worked with him on a brain machine...”

Brain training to help with anxiety and ADHD

A Brain Flex to Help Athletes Train for Better Performance in Competition

Brain machine 'improves musicianship'

Neurofeedback Reduces Symptoms of Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Brain Training for Cancer Survivors' Nerve Damage

Neuroscience: Yes, Brain Training Actually Can Work When Done Correctly.

Athletes wired for success

Getting Your Head in the Game From the World Cup to youth tennis, a training fad emerges. the science of finding the zone.

Brain Training for Anxiety, Depression and Other Mental Conditions

You May Be Able To Train Your Brain To Be Fearless

When meds didn’t improve my depression, I tried retraining my brain waves instead

Training the brain to stress less

REWIRING YOUR BRAIN: NEUROFEEDBACK GOES MAINSTREAM

Neurofeedback Gains Popularity and Lab Attention

About Us

We are an applied neuroscience venture headquartered in Mumbai, India. We're leveraging the world's best Brain Computer Interface technology to understand the human brain and help it work at peak potential based on the principles of neuroplasticity and operant conditioning using self regulation. We use evidence based, proven technology for our clients. The technology we use was developed with support of NASA, DARPA (The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, of the U.S. Department of Defense), the NIH (National Institues of Health, USA), the US Army, Navy & Airforce. Relevant parts are US FDA registered.


Advisory Board

Mr. Kiran Karnik

Former president, Nasscom
Member of the Scientific Advisory Council to Prime Minister of India
Padma Shri Awardee

Dr. S Parasuraman

Director (Vice Chancellor) Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Former senior advisor to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, UNESCAP

Dr. R A Mashelkar

Chairman National Innovation Foundation
President, Global Research Alliance, Former DG, CSIR
Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan & Padma Vibhushan awardee

Founder

Mr.Kumaar Bagrodia

Entrepreneur, Innovator
Oxford University alumnus

Testimonials

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