Vielight Neuro Duo - Alpha and Gamma Controllers
Developed due to popular demand, the Neuro Duo comes with the two Vielight Alpha and Gamma transcranial intranasal devices.
Users can now enjoy the option of 10 Hz and 40 Hz pulsed photobiomodulation comprising two separate control units, one common transcranial headset and one intranasal applicator.
Designed primarily for home use, the Neuro Duo is powerful, portable, dual-voltage and rechargeable.
- Alpha controller unit (10Hz frequency) - correlating with alpha brainwave oscillations
- Gamma controller unit (40 Hz frequency) - correlating with EEG gamma brainwave entrainment
- Headset (containing 4 LED modules)
- Intranasal applicator
- Charger unit
- State-of-the-art microchip technology to boost photonic 810nm power density within the transcranial clusters
- Auto-timed for 20 minutes, resulting in specific total irradiation with near-infrared photons of sufficient power density per cycle.
Low level light therapy has been researched by NASA for several years and has demonstrated the ability to alter, and improve, cellular function
- The Nuts and Bolts of Low-level Laser (Light) Therapy, Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2012), vol. 40, p. 516-533 (Chung et al)
- Enhancing Brain Functions with Near Infrared Light, Integrative Practitioner (2018), vol 1, no. 2 (Lim, L)
- Vielight Neuro Alpha User Guide
- Vielight Neuro Gamma User Guide
What is the difference between Vielight Neuro Alpha and Gamma?
Vielight Neuro Alpha uses the 10 Hz pluse rate, compared to the Neuro Gamma that pulses at 40 Hz. The 40 Hz pulse rate correlates with EEG gamma brain wave entrainment, which has a stronger effect on memory and cognition enhancement. The 10 Hz pulse rate of the Vielight Neuro Alpha has an overall effect on neuronal health.
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Disclaimer: The above information is general information only. Pulse Laser Relief does not make any medical claims for specific medical conditions.
The Nuts and Bolts of Low-level Laser (Light) Therapy
Chungm, H et al, Annals of Biomedical Engineering (2012) 40:516-533
Enhancing Brain Functions with Near Infrared Light
Lim, L; Integrative Practitioner (2018):1