Areas of applicability
Restores autonomous regulation
During adaptation and stress disorders therapy
During rehabilitation procedures, including the post-surgery period
Enhances training efficiency
Reduces recovery period and chances of overtraining syndrome
Helps to reach super-compensation phase
Enhances mental wellbeing
Reduces stress and stress-related illnesses
Increases work efficiency
How It Works
Cutting external stressors with an ergonomic helmet VR
Interruption of stress-activity in the thalamus. As a result, the sympathetic nervous system calms down, the parasympathetic is activated.
The visual and auditory cortex are filled with a target (key) stimulus.
Giving a positive visual stimulus to the prefrontal cortex
The visual information, processed on the circle in the visual cortex of the occipital lobe of the brain, organizes the regulation processes in the prefrontal cortex, improving the control of impulses and concentration.
Concentrate on a rhythmically moving object
Positive filling, created in the prefrontal area, activates the girdle gyrus, causing a sense of calm, relaxation and readiness for changes.
Eye contact as the element of empathic meditation
Reduced of activity in the anterior part of the cingulate gyrus and in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, that reduces anxiety, increases the resource of attention, preparing for effective cognitive activity
Rhytmic audio-visual impulses with the frequency of physiological breathing and heartbeat
Audio-visual signals of a certain rhythm are transformed in the parietal and occipital regions into direct pulses that specifically activate the core of the brain stem through the cortico-thalamic pathway (Brain Steam). This causes deep free breathing and normalizes the heartbeat.
Music at a rate 60 bites/min synchronized with the rhythm of other stimuli
Continuously activates Themporal lobe, and, through cortico-thalamic pathways and cortico-nuclear pathways activates Thalamus, Cingulate Gyrus, Pons, Medulla, Basal Ganglia, optimizing the work of Prefrontal Cortex and complex neuro-endocrine processes of the whole body.
Modulated frequency ensemble in the range 25-150 Hz
It is processed in the temporal lobes, which also regulate mood stability, and are also associated with the Hippocampus and are related to memory processing and the transfer of information from short-term memory to long-term memory.
Dynamic binaural effect on the entire sound spectrum
Implements in the anterior parts of the cortex the activity corresponding to delta waves associated with restorative processes, such as those occurring during deep sleep.