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LENS and NeuroField brain stimulators

Posted by Hugh on August 27, 2014, at 15:14:15

LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) and NeuroField are low-intensity pEMF devices that target and disrupt unhealthy brainwave patterns. The signal they send into the brain is much weaker than that used by TMS, but much more specific. TMS usually uses 10 hertz, almost always over the left prefrontal cortex. LENS and NeuroField are much more flexible.

A clinician will use EEG to look at different areas of the brain. When brainwave activity with an abnormally high amplitude is found, an electrical signal will be sent into the brain to break up the abnormal EEG activity. Over time (usually 10 to 20 sessions), the EEG activity will normalize in about 80% of patients.

This video shows how NeuroField affects a patient's brain:

This book gives a detailed description of how LENS works, and contains quite a few patient testimonials:

NeuroField and LENS providers can be found at these sites:!find-a-provider/cgvz


Re: LENS and NeuroField brain stimulators

Posted by Hugh on February 14, 2018, at 12:12:25

In reply to LENS and NeuroField brain stimulators, posted by Hugh on August 27, 2014, at 15:14:15

I'm currently reading The Neurofeedback Solution by Stephen Larsen. Like Larsen's previous book, The Healing Power of Neurofeedback, it describes the LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System). But the newer book also describes another brain treatment device called NeuroField. And it has interviews with and articles by some of the leaders in the field of neurofeedback, such as Mark Smith, Martin Wuttke, Nicholas Dogris, and Jay Gunkelman.

This video demonstrates the effect NeuroField has on a brain:

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