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The peer-reviewed science journal Brain and Behavior published a paper on the methodology behind HIRREM™, a form of Brainwave Optimisation.  This paper explicates the scientific methodology behind the recently published Wake Forest School of Medicine Insomnia study and provides a detailed guide for further research and experimentation involving HIRREM. Read paper…


Demonstration of BWO in a Nevada Prison

To demonstrate the effectiveness of Brainwave Optimisation with inmates in a prison setting over a short training time period, six inmates
were chosen by Warden Lenard Varé of the Southern Nevada Correctional Center in Jean, Nevada. Brainwave Optimisation was accomplished with these inmates between August 27 and September 13, 2007. All prison inmates had a history […]

Symptom Reduction for Adolescents With POTS


A Noninvasive Neurotechnology, HIRREM, Is Associated With Symptom Reduction And Improved Cardiovascular Autonomic Measures In Adolescents With POTS Neurology April 8, 2014 vol. 82 no. 10 Supplement P7.320

Grant to Fund further Research


The $1 million dollars of continued funding from The Susanne Marcus Collins Foundation, allows researchers at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to complete a placebo-controlled study for Insomnia, and to expand current studies relating to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Insomnia, and Depression, as well as studies of TBI in professional, college, and teenage athletes, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Asperger Syndrome, in people ages 12 and older.

Brainwave Optimisation Clinical Trial

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What if sleep could be achieved not by a substance, but through ‘balancing’ brain activity? Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have conducted a pilot clinical study to determine whether a non-invasive approach, that uses musical tones to balance brain activity, can ‘reset’ the brain and effectively reduce insomnia.

Dr Charles Tegeler Insomnia Clinical Trial

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Dr. Charles Tegeler of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center discusses collaborated, clinical trials, with Brainwave Optimisation.