EM Brain Stimulation

Electromagnet energies applied from outside the head have shown a wide range of both physical and mental enhancements, including faster learning, improved attention, increased vigilance and better handling of multiple simultaneous tasks. Academic journals are filling up with case reports and preliminary trials of the technologies to help people with depression, autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, obsessive–compulsive disorder, addiction, anxiety and many more cognitive problems. Benefits…

The Quantum Cranial Advantage Introduction

One of the most remarkable breakthroughs in increasing your brain-power with minimal effort is called “The Quantum Cranial Advantage” (QCA). And, it’s based on a feature already on all NuTesla instruments called Your Personal Wellness Number, which uses Critical Flicker Fusion (CFF). Recent academia studies using CFF have confirmed the power of this amazing tool. Standalone CFF measurement devices cost hundreds to thousands of dollars…

Potential for ‘mind control’ after brain activity discovery

Researchers from Stanford School of Medicine say they have discovered that a brain region activated when people are asked to work out mathematical calculations is also triggered when people use numbers or quantitative terms in everyday conversation. The researchers say their findings open up the possibility of developing mind-control or mind-reading devices. For example, they note, a patient left mute following a stroke may one…

A clue as to why men sleep better than women

Insomnia is thought to be twice as common in women as in men. A new study published in PNAS suggests that being male or female has an impact on how well we are likely to sleep. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) note that around 1 in every 4 Americans occasionally lacks sleep, and that 10 percent of the population live with chronic…

‘How To’ Videos Now Online!

NuTesla has just released instructional and informational ‘How To’ videos for each of our amazing instruments. These short and and easy to follow videos include a Quick Start Guide, How and When to Select Preset Programs, How to use the Wellness Number Feature, and How to Update your instrument using the integrated Rhythmedics flash drive. The videos are available on each of the Instrument’s own…

Could less time in bed prevent chronic insomnia?

From Medical News Today Written by Catharine Paddock, PhD. Published: Tuesday 14 June 2016 People who find it difficult to fall or stay asleep may be surprised to learn that new research suggests they should try spending less time in bed as a way to prevent chronic insomnia. The finding supports the idea that the way to tackle insomnia is to avoid increasing sleep opportunity…

‘Sleep switch’ in brain discovered

A ‘Sleep switch’ in brain discovered by Oxford in breakthrough which could lead to better sleeping pills. A pill to help insomniacs drop off instantly could be developed after scientists discovered the brain switch which triggers sleep. Dubbed ‘Sandman’, the switch is triggered by falling levels of the chemical dopamine which is known to keep people awake. Sleep is governed by two systems—the circadian clock…

Why do we wake-up stiff in the mornings?

Scientists think they have solved the mystery of why your back hurts in the morning Credit: Alamy By Telegraph Reporters 7 August 2016 • 10:39pm Scientists have discovered why we wake up stiff in the morning – because our body’s natural ibuprofen has not kicked in yet. Researchers revealed the reason our limbs can feel rigid and achy when we rise is because the body’s…

‘Critical flicker fusion’ test can measure the brain’s processing speed

By Jessica Hall on November 23, 2015 at 10:11 am on extremetech.comSampling rates are important when we want to observe or record phenomena extending through time – for a stream of information of a given bit depth, we can capture a richer and more accurate portrait of whatever it is that we’re processing when we take samples or measurements more times per second. We measure…

Lack of Sleep Increases a Child’s Risk for Emotional Disorders Later

When asked how lack of sleep affects emotions, common responses are usually grumpy, foggy and short-tempered. While many jokes are made about how sleep deprivation turns the nicest of people into a Jekyll and Hyde, not getting enough shut-eye can lead to far more serious consequences than irritability, difficulty concentrating and impatience. Candice Alfano, a clinical psychologist and associate psychology professor at the University of…

Body Clock Determines Drugs’ Effectiveness

Body clock determines how effective drugs will be: The time of day you take your tablets affects their potency, study finds Scientists in the UK have highlighted importance of body clock in altering concentration of molecules in the blood Study found amount of sleep, levels of light we are exposed to and the timings of meals could alter the way drugs work Suggests blood tests…

Major Cell Phone Radiation Study Reignites Cancer Questions

Exposure to radio-frequency radiation linked to tumor formation in rats A Scientific American article reports on a $25-million animal study that tested the possibility of links between cancer and chronic exposure to the type of radiation emitted from cell phones and wireless devices. The findings, which chronicle an unprecedented number of rodents subjected to a lifetime of electromagnetic radiation starting in utero, present some of…

Closer to Understanding Wi-Fi and Mobile Phone Health Risks

A recent article published on the National Institute of Health website (click here for abstract), confirms low-intensity radiofrequency radiation (RFR), from cell phones and Wi-Fi devices, induces oxidative effects in living cells, including both cancer and non-cancer growths. While this article is not freely available through NIH, the same authors published a nearly identical article a year earlier that is downloadable here and key excerpts…

Teen Insomnia

I raised five boys and a girl, and often joked that my daughter was more trouble than her five brothers combined. They were all different people, each with his or her own unique talents and challenges. Yet one difference stood out, how their sleep patterns changed when puberty struck. And it affected my sons more than my daughter. I didn’t need a clinical study to…

Autism, Bioelectronics and the Future of Medicine

Autism We just posted a new video on YouTube and NuTesla.com of an interview I recently did for the Lightworker Network on Autism and how Tesla Jewels is helping families and individuals improve their understanding of The New Kids. Autism is not a dis-order, and we need to expand our awareness of the gifts these unique individuals are bringing to all humanity to help heal…