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Evidence for Efficacy of LENS Neurotherapy

Evidence for Efficacy of LENS Neurotherapy

This paper will statistically demonstrate that (1) the LENS changes the EEG, and (2) leads to symptom reduction with the use of feedback and without the use of operant conditioning or qEEG-based electrode placement. The LENS uses an hydraulic model of EEG energy flow in the brain, that includes energy flow of suppressive energy, that is tied to EEG changes, and not symptom-tied EEG placements, although all of the usual symptoms are strongly, expeditiously, and non-linearly reduced. One of the features of the LENS, aside from not using operant conditioning at all, is that any 10-20 site may receive as little at .02 seconds of feedback to effect reduction in the usual symptoms.

Speakers: Dr Len Ochs
Areas of Interest / Categories: ANSA 2018, EEG, Neurobiology, Neuroscience