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Neuro-Programmer 3.3.1Tool for stimulating the brain
Neuro-Programmer is an advanced tool that aims to help you improve your performance by using stimulation techniques. It combines brainwave entrainment with hypnosis and many other fields to produce the most effective software for self-help available today.
NP3 includes over 120 sessions to help with a large variety off issues - everything from studying to meditation and stress relief.
Neuro-Programmer 3.3.1 details
|Released:||Mar 9, 2016|
|File size:||53.00 MB|
|Keywords:||psychological testing, neural simulator, stimulate brainwave, hypnosys, mind, brain|
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Neuro-Programmer for Windows 10 - Full description
The Neuro-Programmer 3 (NP3) is an innovative software application for the PC, built to help you stimulate your brain and achieve lasting personal change. NP3 combines brainwave entrainment, hypnosis, visualization and other psychological techniques to help you transform your mind and enhance your mental abilities.
NP3 combines the methods of many different fields and disciplines into one easy to use program built to help you change yourself.
For example, one way NP3 affects the mind is through a neurological process known as brainwave entrainment. When neurologists first began to measure the brain's response to stimuli, it was found that if light and sound stimuli were precisely timed to the electrical activity of the brain, brainwave patterns could actually be altered. In turn, the mental state of a person could reliably be changed. As an example, someone who is wide awake may start to feel relaxed and drowsy when given a stimulus corresponding to a relaxed brainwave pattern. This has become known as audio/visual brainwave entrainment. Today, 70 years after the discovery of this effect, brainwave entrainment is widely used for a huge variety of purposes, not only to measure the brain's response, but also to train the brain to a particular mental state. It has become so widely used that many clinical EEG units come with entrainment devices.