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Life’s Too Short for Stress and Anxiety
Healium is a drugless escape for self-management of anxiety and pain. It’s the world’s first virtual and augmented reality media channel powered by brainwaves and heart rate that visualizes the users’ stress levels. In three peer reviewed journals, Healium reduced anxiety by a third in as little as four minutes. As an affiliate partner we are able to provide self guided VR Neuromeditations in store! If you come in and enjoy your experience speak to one of our team and we would be more than happy to walk you through how to have this system in your home or office! plans Start at $29 a month. We are also more than happy to work up an offer to fit your medical office or place of business.
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While previous research has established that virtual reality (VR) can be successfully used in the treatment of anxiety disorders, including phobias and PTSD, no research has examined changes in brain patterns associated with the use of VR for generalized anxiety management. The current study compared a brief nature-based mindfulness Healium VR experience to a resting control condition on anxious participants. Self-reported anxiety symptoms and resting-state EEG were recorded across intervals containing quiet rest or the VR intervention. EEG activity was analyzed as a function of global power shifts in Alpha and Beta activity, and with sLORETA current source density estimates of cingulate cortex regions of interest. Results demonstrated that both a quiet rest control condition and the VR meditation significantly reduced subjective reports of anxiety and increased Alpha power. However, the VR intervention uniquely resulted in shifting proportional power from higher Beta frequencies into lower Beta frequencies, and significantly reduced broadband Beta activity in the anterior cingulate cortex. These effects are consistent with a physiological reduction of anxiety. You can read the full study here: