Something Different in Gamma Brainwave Biofeedback

Published Categorised as Brain Biofeedback, Brain Health, Health, Personal

“Can I videotape my brainwaves?” I asked my trainer. “Sure!” she said, and I handed her my iPhone, gleeful thoughts of finally getting to play with iMovie dancing in my head.

I’ve been in a bit of a blogging funk lately. At the same time, I’ve told lots of people about the neurofeedback I do, but it’s hard to visualize. So to perk me up and give you a glimpse of what I see, me and my trainer videotaped my brainwaves in the PZ position (brainwaves look different at different locations) as I sat still or tried to make a virtual bowling ball move, and then I created a “movie trailer” in iMovie from the clips. The gamma-enhancement session didn’t go as well as usual cause my muscle tension went up — though my heart rate dropped into the 90s (woot!) — and we had a blast. I had my trainer in stitches, and I haven’t laughed so much or hard over so many hours since my injury as I did this day. Enjoy!


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