How Does NIT Work?
To measure these waves we use what is called a QEEG, or Quantitative Electroencephalograph. A QEEG is a standard EEG that is digitized and stored in a standardized computer format. It can be analyzed and compared to a database of other known healthy QEEGs.
This non-invasive, passive method records electrical brain activity with the use of a cap of 19 sensors that are placed directly onto the scalp.
We then input the QEEG file into a special analysis program designed to create a 3-dimensional color rendition representing locations with higher than normal (hyper-coherence) or lower than normal (hypo-coherence) brainwave activity. This output is what is referred to as a “Brain Map”.
After the brain map is completed, we will be able to determine which brainwave frequencies need attention, dictating how we will proceed with Vibroacoustic Therapy sessions in order to “entrain” the body and the brain to return to their more natural state.