The science behind the NeuroAudit Cognitive Stim Patch
By focusing the stimulus on the great auricular nerve and the nervous system an improvement in the activity of the sympathetic nervous system is created
- Innovative psychoacoustics neuro stimulus
- Uses ultrasound stimulation via blood conduction using a unique algorithm
- Used in a variety of medical applications
- Based on many studies
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NeuroAudit has developed a completely novel type of stimulation, not perceived by human senses, that can be applied using a dedicated device and affect the sensory areas of the human cortex.
This breakthrough has opened the door for new ways of neuromodulation that modify the brain’s resting state activity as well as its responses to cognitive tasks. We record the neural response of the cortex and use it for deceptively adjusting the stimulation protocol for a cognitive boost .
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Innovative ultrasound stimulation with psychoacoustics
NeuroAudit is developing technologies based on psychoacoustics ultrasonic stimulation for various medical and wellness applications, such as personalized treatment of brain disorders, cognitive enhancement, and hearing aid instrumentation via blood conduction.
The product which NeuroAudit is currently working on is a new kind of hearing aid based on "blood conduction" using a unique algorithm directly to the brain.
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The Israeli startup NeuroAudit report about unique Neuro technology -new "Brain hearing sense" that extends the range of hearing beyond normal frequencies and sends signals directly to the brain using a unique device in order to create cognitive and clinical effects
Non-invasive apparatus and method for Cranial Brain Stimulation.
Ultrasound (US) has received widespread attention as an emerging technology for targeted, non-invasive neuromodulation based on its ability to evoke electro-physiological and motor response As the focusing is achieved through constructive interference of the incident waves, a focal spot can be formed at depth within the tissue without affecting cells along the propagation path closer to the transducer