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Insomnia study completed at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

"In effect, we are allowing the brain to look at itself in the mirror and see itself in an optimized, energetic state," said Dr. Charles Tegeler IV, a neurology professor at Wake Forest Baptist and the study's primary investigator.

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Brainwave Optimizaztion (High-Resolution Relational, Resonance-Based Electroencephalic Mirroring): A Non-Invasive Technology for Neuro-Oscillatory Calibration (2011)

The purpose of this paper is to describe technical and theoretical aspects of Brainwave Optimization™, also known as High-resolution, Relational, Resonance-based Electroencephalic Mirroring™ (HIRREM™). HIRREM is an innovative, non-invasive approach to facilitating greater self-regulatory capacity for, by and through the human brain. The approach may be conceived as a high-resolution electronic mirror that reflects the brain’s activity back to itself in real-time.
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Similarities and Differences between Brainwave Optimization (HIRREM) and Electroencephalographic Biofeedback (2011)

In terms of technological lineage, Brainwave Optimization™ (more formally known as High-resolution, Relational, Resonance-based Electroencephalic Mirroring or HIRREM) can be considered as an advance on the methodology of electroencephalographic biofeedback (also known as “EEG biofeedback” or “neurofeedback.”) For purposes of this discussion, we will generally refer to it as “EEG biofeedback.”

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Returning Soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD

The VA has seen a tenfold increase in PTSD cases in the last year. According to the VA, more than 37,000 Vets of Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering from Mental Health disorders, and more than 16,000 have already been diagnosed with PTSD.

"After training with Brain State Technologies® (BST) I’m sleeping better than ever and my irritability/anger has decreased significantly,” says SGT. Dan F., U.S. Army 10th Mtn. Div. “The best thing about this technology is that I never had to mention a thing about my combat experiences as BST is not a ‘talk’ solution."

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Results from Nevada Prison Demonstration using Brainwave Optimization (2007)

Brainwave Optimization was conducted with six inmates, all with history of violent crimes and drug abuse. The PTSD Checklist (Stressor Specific Version, or PCL-S) was administered pre and post-Brainwave Optimization. All reported improvements in anger management, focus/attention, sense of happiness, overcoming depression and ability to interact socially.

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