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Brain waves

EEG devices can measure the brain waves as they are produced by our brain. Brain waves are the electrical fluctuations in the brain associated with various states of cortical arousal (thinking, learning, relaxing, recuperating etc.). Brain waves are all oscillating electrical voltages in the brain, but they are very tiny voltages, just a few millionths of a volt. Brain waves are measured in terms of Hertz (Hz). Research has demonstrated that the brain has the quality of  neural-plasticity, (able to change and learn new pathways) therefore our brain can be trained to produce certain brainwaves at certain parts of the brain thus enabling us to move from one state of cortical arousal to another depending on our goals.  Brain entrainment uses sound and rhythm to allow you to enter certain states and then move out of them once the entrainment has stopped.  Neuro-Biofeedback teaches the brain to hardwire itself into a more harmonious function.

Not all brainwaves are present at all times, for example during deep sleep Delta and Theta are the most predominate waves. Obviously you would have insomnia if you were unable to enter into a delta or Theta brain wave. It is thought that a true genius is someone who can turn on particular brain waves at the appropriate times at the appropriate locations in the brain.

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