Category - ~ Cognition

Neuro-Optometry and Concussion

Vision is intricately intertwined in human neurophysiology. It functions as a critical attribute of our LOCOMOTIVE CORE, having a role in the ocular/vestibular reflexes that maintain our balance and plan our movements. These reflexes are...

FL-41 Light Filtering

FL-41 filters reduce the visual processing load by blocking the higher frequency, more intense end of the visual spectrum. This is tied directly to our ADAPTIVE CAPACITY. Adaptive Capacity is increased by decreasing the processing load of basic...

Combining Low Energy Neurofeedback and the...

*Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS) acts on the central nervous system (the electrodes are connected to the scalp). The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a listening therapy where the mode of action is considered to be on the Autonomic Nervous...

The Role of Posture in Movement

This research reveals that movement is an extension of neurological organization based primarily on head position relative to the body. It validates long held theories, thereby adding confidence to our understanding that movement is an...

Polyvagal Theory

Our “primitive” gut neurology plays an active role in our experience. “Gut Feelings”, which we usually experience more quickly than our conscious thoughts, are a good example of how our guts are aware of and respond to...

Thync and Halo

Thync is an app based transdermal electrical stimulation device designed to reinforce either Parasympathetic or Sympathetic functions. The effect is to skew neurology towards either rest or action. Transdermal electrical stimulation injects...

Biofeedback

Industrialized societies tend to assume that our minds control our bodies, with our bodies exerting little influence on the contents of mind.  The more comprehensive picture of mammalian neurophysiology that is emerging from ongoing brain...

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