We've sold about 170 units over the last 16 months and I'm impressed by the number of people who are reporting rather quick positive response to using the new model Neuradiant 1070 4Q transcranial photobiomodulation system. The most common response has been improved sleep and decreased brain fog which has been among the top 5 most often reported areas of change from previous users of the 1070nm stimulation. We've had 3 returns of the total number sold which is a testament to the value folks are seeing in using this technology.
Clinicians like Rick Abbey, Ph.D a neuropsychologist in Palo Alto have noted on social media and in personal discussions that his clients are regularly reporting positive responses to using the Neuradiant units in their efforts to overcome a wide range of cognitive, behavioral and learning-based challenges. The team at Neuronic are noting testimonials appearing on on Trust Pilot acknowledging the ease of use and rapid changes in functioning among users of the new 1070 4Q system. I've even been called by family members who used the unit on their loved ones to report remarkable almost immediate changes in focus and attention and verbal behavior who were in very advanced stages of dementia. This is not all that unusual if you think about neurodegeneration as a failing battery's ability to hold a charge. So, if you infuse the battery with a strong charge using high levels of concentrated sunlight, you reinvigorate it's ability to drive activities that required more 'juice' than it could previously deliver. The more often you boost the battery (brain tissue) with this type of charge, the more flexible and capable it becomes at holding the charge for longer periods of time.
If you then add neurofeedback training to the protocol you are then upgrading the wiring system that supports the transmission of the power to all the other systems in the body with a corresponding overall functional improvement in cognition,, movement, and self expression. Our work now is on integrating these functions more efficiently wherein we'll drive the stimulation based on changes in the overall central nervous system's functional efficiency.
We're getting there.
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