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Brain Trainer (Exercising the Brain)

The brain is the central ‘organ’ that is responsible for our learning, emotions, behavior, motivation & performance. However if certain locations in the brain do not function as effectively or if the brain is over-aroused or under-aroused, it may lead to various behavioral symptom or disorders.The good news is by using BRAIN TRANER, we can now train the brain directly at specific parts that can lead to specific improvements in areas such as language, comprehension, problem solving, attention span and many others.

The goal of all Brain Trainer at SOL is to transform an unhealthy, dysregulated brainwave pattern into a normal, healthy, organized pattern. By doing this, the brain becomes more stable and is able to operate optimally and efficiently. It is completely non-invasive and is considered by the Food and Drug Administration to be safe.

The human brain works via electricity, which is measured by electroencephalography (EEG). Research has shown that EEG Biofeedback responses well to operant and classical conditioning (Sherlin, Arns, Lubar, Hartmut, Kerson, Strehl, & Sterman, 2011), leading to a growth in brainwave training, or more recently called, Neurofeedback. Our brainwaves work in several frequencies and rhythm, where some works in fast amplitude and some in slow amplitude.

Common EEG bands such as Delta, Theta, and Alpha are slow frequency brainwaves where Gamma and Beta are considered as fast frequency brainwaves.  Previous research has suggested that human learn new behaviour via conditioning. Thus, Neurofeedback is a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapy that employs such theory that enables an individual to learn to take control over the electro-physiological processes in the brain (Demos, 2005; Evans & Abarbanel, 1999; LaVaque, 2003; Thompson & Thompson, 2003) via reinforcement. Using information from the EEG during the brain training, reinforcer is provided when the brainwaves reached a satisfying threshold. It is suggested that through continuous feedback, reinforcement, coaching, and practice, individuals will gradually learn to modify, normalize, and optimize brainwave activity. With a significant improvement of 75-80% (Hammond, 2011), the growing research and practice on Neurofeedback has brought positivity to multiple disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, seizures, depression, acquired brain injuries, substance abuse, and anxiety (Clinical EEG, 2000). Research has also reported that healthy individuals such as executives and athletes may also use Neurofeedback to increase their peak performances (Hammond, 2011).

  • Better learning, memory
  • Better focus, attention span
  • Improved mathematical computation
  • Enhanced language comprehension & expression
  • Increased alertness
  • Increased motivation & competitiveness
  • Better sleep quality
  • Reduced anxiety and stress
  • Peak performance in school, work & sports
  • and many more....
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