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The brain is a complex organ that controls thought, memory, emotion, touch, motor skills, vision, breathing, temperature, hunger and every process that regulates our body. Together, the brain and spinal cord that extends from it make up the central nervous system, or CNS.

The brain sends and receives chemical and electrical signals throughout the body. Different signals control different processes, and your brain interprets each. Some make you feel tired, for example, while others make you feel pain.

Some messages are relayed through the spine and across the body’s vast network of nerves to distant extremities. To do this, the central nervous system relies on billions of neurons (nerve cells).

Types of Brain Waves

Alpha Waves: At 8 to 12 Hz, alpha waves are involved in how we think, feel, communicate, sleep and generally function.

Delta Waves: At 0.5 to 3 Hz, delta waves are the slowest brain waves and occur in the deepest states of sleep.

Theta Waves: At 3 to 8 Hz, theta waves also occur during sleep, and have been observed in very deep states of meditation.

Beta Waves: These are the most common daytime brain waves, with a rhythm of 12 to 30 Hz. They are dominant in normal wakeful states, and when you’re focused on cognitive tasks, such as problem-solving or decision making.


Gamma Waves: These are the fastest of the brain waves, with a rhythm of 25 to 100 Hz. They process information from various brain areas and are responsible for conscious perception.

Treatments that can help:

  1. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF)

  2. Hydrogen Therapy

  3. Halotherapy

  4. Negative Ion Energizer

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