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What is biofeedback devices And Deep reviews

What is biofeedback devices

How The Muse Works and How It Can Help You

During each meditation session, the Muse headband sends your brainwave data to your mobile phone via Bluetooth.

The headset rests across your forehead and tucks behind your ears  

The headset rests across your forehead and tucks behind your ears

 

The Muse app then quickly analyzes this data, and determines whether your mind is relaxed or active. It then provides you with instant feedback through your mobile phone.

The feedback comes in the form of auditory weather sounds. When you’re calm and focused, you’ll hear sounds of peaceful weather through your phone, such as gentle waves and chirping birds. But when your mind is wandering, the weather will become more turbulent and you’ll hear loud wind and crashing waves, reminding you to relax and refocus.

After each session, the app will display the percentage of time you spent in a calm, neutral or active state of mind.

In other words, the Muse is a mental health wearable that lets you hear what’s going on inside your mind so that you can learn to naturally guide yourself to a calmer, focused state.

(Insert images of me wearing the headband)

To do this, you typically need multiple sensors attached to your head and thousands of dollars of professional neurofeedback equipment. That’s why many physicians, researchers and educators are extremely interested in the Muse.

Over 100 universities and institutes including Harvard are running clinical trials with the device. The Denver Public School system has already implemented a pilot program using the Muse in classrooms to help children with ADHD and other learning difficulties. And the Department of Veterans Affairs plans to test the product’s efficacy in managing the symptoms of PTSD.

If you truly struggle with anxiety and lack of concentration, I think it’s money well-spent. It costs about the same as several therapy sessions, but the Muse is much more helpful because, unlike psychologists and psychiatrists, it provides instant feedback on the functioning of your brain and doesn’t push medication on you. Plus, you only need one headband for your household because more than one person is able to use the same headset.

My Experience with the EmWave2 and How It Could Help You

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I’ve been using the EmWave2 for over a year now and it works. Increasing my coherence has had a number of mental and emotional and benefits. When I have a high degree of coherence, I am able to focus while remaining physically and emotionally calm.

I use the EmWave2 twice every day for just five to ten minutes. After using it, it feels like there has been a positive internal shift within my body. It’s hard to explain exactly. But when I stop using it, I notice I feel less content and fall into negative attitudes and mindsets much more easily.

Here are some of the main benefits you may notice from using it:

  • Less stress and anxietyThe EmWave2 will help turn down your “fight or flight” response. If you struggle with generalized anxiety or chronic stress like I used to, I highly recommend this device (and supplementary zinc and magnesium). It won’t stop stress and anxiety completely, but it will definitely reduce the amount you experience, increase your resilience to it and help you cope with it when it does hit you. I use it when I find myself in an anxious state of mind. It shifts my mindset into a calmer state.
  • Improved mood – When you have low heart coherence, you’re more likely to be stuck in a stressed and depressed state of mind. In my experience, the EmWave2 can help you snap out of it and regain an emotionally-balanced mood and optimistic outlook.
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  • Improved cognitive performance – Anxiety and depression can cause poor cognition. I noticed this for many years. Whenever I wasn’t feeling mentally well, my performance suffered and it was hard for me to think straight and be productive. That’s because stress shuts down the prefrontal cortex. The EmWave2 can increase the efficiency and functioning of your nervous system, which reduces stress and helps reactivate your brain’s higher-order functions.  My focus has improved since I started using it.

Without some sort of biofeedback, it’s hard to know when you’re coherent or incoherent. The EmWave2 will tell you when you’re in an incoherent state, and then guide you so that you can consciously get yourself out of it.

At first, you may get really low coherence scores and find it incredibly frustrating. I went through the same thing. But you need to give it some time. These devices are long-term healing strategies, not quick-fixes. Getting the most out of the device will require a commitment to use it on a regular basis because the benefits appear over time. And if it doesn’t end up helping you, you can return it for a refund.

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ByBrian M ,I have a lot of gadgets. An iPad, Kindle, Xbox 360, etc. If I was allowed to take only one device with me; it would be the StressEraser. The StressEraser is a tool that allows me to effectively handle the stress I deal with on a daily basis. The best way I can describe the feeling is one of being slightly intoxicated but still retaining full mental clarity. That is how I feel after using the StressEraser to unwind during the day.

It is important to remember two things: 1) If you handle stress well or you already practice meditation, the StressEraser may be superfluous for you. 2) It is only as effective as how much effort you put into it. In order for me to get the feeling described above, I had to use the StressEraser daily garnering at least 100 points a day. With me, that comes out to about 20 to 30 minutes a day.

I have tried meditating without the StressEraser but I find the bio-feedback to be what I need to get the best results. It allows me to monitor and thereby adjust my breathing, attaining the desired results more quickly and with less effort than through meditation alone.

With a little imagination, this device can be used to `train’ your body to respond to stress in a more proficient manner. Before getting into a potentially heated conversation, I use the StressEraser to get myself into a more relax state. I have even watched movies that I find to be frightening while using the StressEraser. The result, I am much less jumpy at the sound of loud noise such as a car backfiring or fireworks going off in the neighborhood, noises which in the past would have made me apprehensive. In other words, I am much more calm.

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Brian M.on August 20, 2010

I have a lot of gadgets. An iPad, Kindle, Xbox 360, etc. If I was allowed to take only one device with me; it would be the StressEraser. The StressEraser is a tool that allows me to effectively handle the stress I deal with on a daily basis. The best way I can describe the feeling is one of being slightly intoxicated but still retaining full mental clarity. That is how I feel after using the StressEraser to unwind during the day.

It is important to remember two things: 1) If you handle stress well or you already practice meditation, the StressEraser may be superfluous for you. 2) It is only as effective as how much effort you put into it. In order for me to get the feeling described above, I had to use the StressEraser daily garnering at least 100 points a day. With me, that comes out to about 20 to 30 minutes a day.

I have tried meditating without the StressEraser but I find the bio-feedback to be what I need to get the best results. It allows me to monitor and thereby adjust my breathing, attaining the desired results more quickly and with less effort than through meditation alone.

With a little imagination, this device can be used to `train’ your body to respond to stress in a more proficient manner. Before getting into a potentially heated conversation, I use the StressEraser to get myself into a more relax state. I have even watched movies that I find to be frightening while using the StressEraser. The result, I am much less jumpy at the sound of loud noise such as a car backfiring or fireworks going off in the neighborhood, noises which in the past would have made me apprehensive. In other words, I am much more calm.

I love this device. It has helped improve my quality of life.

Stephane Lavergneon October 9, 2013

Lots of reviews on here, but I think this addition might help some people: I have periods of frequent PAC’s, especially strong while relaxing, so during those periods the StressEraser is less useful because it is not programmed to ignore extrasystoles such as premature beats. Instead of a sine wave pattern on the screen, I’d get a funny double-peak which screws up the points ranking system.

That being said, I still think this is a good purchase for people dealing with these kinds of benign arhythmia because it works extremely well during our normal beat periods and with patience it’s still somewhat useful during my bouts of PAC’s: I just have to ignore the extra spikes and focus on the rest of the pattern. StressEraser in that case remains better than paced breathing (which, however is free) because you adapt your slow breathing to your heart rate, and not the other way around. (In paced breathing, around 6/minute your heart rate eventually does sync up, but a bit of luck is involved since we’re going blindly.)

My only complaint about the device itself: the firmware in this thing is a little basic. There’s no possibility to connect to a computer (say to store your progress long-term), but most importantly, NOWHERE on the display can you see your heart rate in beats per minute, which I think is a silly omission for a device of that price. 🙂 I ended up shopping for a cheap “finger pulse oximeter” for quick BPM readings on the go, whereas the StressEraser would be perfectly capable of reporting that.

Amazon Customeron January 24, 2011

The StressEraser gives basic feedback about the quality of your breaths. I found it very easy to learn, and enjoy its portability.
I also bought the GSR2. It doesn’t have the bells and whistles (though it does whistle) but gives you feedback on your relaxation state based on tone (with a sound that irritates some people). As you relax the tone decreases. For me, I start on 2 and can manage to lower my arousal to a state of 4 and extinguish the tone.
Yesterday I decided to see what impact the StressEraser had on my results with the GSR2. I connected myself to both, set the GSR2 to 2, and started the StressEraser breathing. After 30 points, the minimum session recommendation, the GSR2 had increased (elevated stress), even though the StressEraser was showing 3 bars all the time (the most desired scores). I gained 100 points on the StressEraser which took me 17 minutes. In this time the GSR2 slowly decreased to 3. The next day, I used only the GSR2 (without the StressEraser) and my own methods to relax other than just breathing. It took me four minutes to get to 3. Possibly there are other factors that may have influenced this, however prior to the test, I noticed I generally feel more relaxed after a GSR2 session than a StressEraser session (even though the StressEraser session was nearly always close to 100% highest rated breaths).
Although good breathing is part of achieving the relaxation response, the StressEraser limits you to a simple breathing rating out of three without indicators of whether you are increasing a relaxed state. Without a broader relaxation measure, it appears limited to be a relaxation breathing training. For those wanting to deepen or measure their levels of relaxation state, find another device that will do this.

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Reticent Revieweron September 16, 2011

I bought my StressEraser from Amazon a couple of years ago. Paid twice the current price. I was a road-warrior, jet-rider, high flyer. I wound up having to take Xanax just to stay on an overseas flight. As another reviewer noted, this is not a cure. It is a tool for dealing with stress. My “cure” was quitting the “person who dies with the most toys wins” game. I now really enjoy my work, but earn half the money. Hey, you spend what you make.

I have let co-workers try it: some get it, some don’t.

It is like exercise equipment. Just owning it won’t help. You have to use it! And you do learn how to use the technique without the machine, but it is an easy to carry reminder. I would buy it again. Bottom line, in my opinion: relieves stress, but it cannot solve the cause.

The StressEraser gives basic feedback about the quality of your breaths. I found it very easy to learn, and enjoy its portability.
I also bought the GSR2. It doesn’t have the bells and whistles (though it does whistle) but gives you feedback on your relaxation state based on tone (with a sound that irritates some people). As you relax the tone decreases. For me, I start on 2 and can manage to lower my arousal to a state of 4 and extinguish the tone.
Yesterday I decided to see what impact the StressEraser had on my results with the GSR2. I connected myself to both, set the GSR2 to 2, and started the StressEraser breathing. After 30 points, the minimum session recommendation, the GSR2 had increased (elevated stress), even though the StressEraser was showing 3 bars all the time (the most desired scores). I gained 100 points on the StressEraser which took me 17 minutes. In this time the GSR2 slowly decreased to 3. The next day, I used only the GSR2 (without the StressEraser) and my own methods to relax other than just breathing. It took me four minutes to get to 3. Possibly there are other factors that may have influenced this, however prior to the test, I noticed I generally feel more relaxed after a GSR2 session than a StressEraser session (even though the StressEraser session was nearly always close to 100% highest rated breaths).
Although good breathing is part of achieving the relaxation response, the StressEraser limits you to a simple breathing rating out of three without indicators of whether you are increasing a relaxed state. Without a broader relaxation measure, it appears limited to be a relaxation breathing training. For those wanting to deepen or measure their levels of relaxation state, find another device that will do this.
In conclusion, I do believe StressEraser has its place and it is quite easy to use. My initial basic test seems to highlight that the GSR2 is more efficient, allows people to trial different ways of achieving relaxation, and gives a better measure at the overall level of relaxation acheived rather than just counting how many ‘good’ breaths one has breathed.
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5.0 out of 5 starsA tool for the stressed out warrior!
ByReticent Revieweron September 16, 2011
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I bought my StressEraser from Amazon a couple of years ago. Paid twice the current price. I was a road-warrior, jet-rider, high flyer. I wound up having to take Xanax just to stay on an overseas flight. As another reviewer noted, this is not a cure. It is a tool for dealing with stress. My “cure” was quitting the “person who dies with the most toys wins” game. I now really enjoy my work, but earn half the money. Hey, you spend what you make.

I have let co-workers try it: some get it, some don’t.

It is like exercise equipment. Just owning it won’t help. You have to use it! And you do learn how to use the technique without the machine, but it is an easy to carry reminder. I would buy it again. Bottom line, in my opinion: relieves stress, but it cannot solve the cause.
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4.0 out of 5 starsCan be a fun way to learn to relax. Meditation, if you have the patience, is better.
BySearchingon February 9, 2014
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About five years ago, a cognitive therapist had suggested this machine to me about four years ago to help me learn to relax and cope with sleep issues. If you’re a person who worries that you’re worrying, however, this machine could really backfire on you and cause you to worry that you are having trouble relaxing. You could get into a negative loop where the mind is worrying about the body, and the body, in turn, becomes stressed by your anxious thoughts, which, in turn, causes you to worry even more. If that’s you, like I sometimes can be, then I don’t recommend the StressEraser for your. After I tried the machine out for a while, my therapist advised that I not use it, or use it any from my home, because I especially wanted to relax while at home.

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More recently, after about a year of “working” on becoming mindful, with some success, I couldn’t resist getting out the StressEraser and giving it another go. I put “working” in quotes because being mindful is all about getting out of the goal-minded “Doing Mode” and entering into the present moment “Being Mode.” The biggest reasons why I write that using the MindEraser isn’t mindfulness is 1 – It’s too easy to shift into “Doing Mode” of goal oriented thinking. 2- In a sense, is using the MindEraser, you’re trying to force yourself to relax. With mindfulness, relaxation is a happy byproduct but not the immediate goal. If you’re not happy with how your MindEraser session is going, you’re falling into judgement. Being mode is about acceptance and approaching and befrieinding whatever is bothering you either in thought, feeling, or bodily sensation. Accepting and befriending whatever is bothering you allows you to move beyond these negative thinking patterns.

I decided that this time, when I used the MindEraser, I’d lay down some ground rules to avoid my overthinking the use of the tool: 1 – I wasn’t going to watch the graph, or i’d look at it as little as possible. Or, I’d only look at every 5 – 10 minutes or so to see how I was doing. 2 – I wouldn’t listen to the beeping sound, indicating relaxation response was attained, 3 – If I was having trouble racking up points, I’d set it aside for another day or more, to prove I wasn’t its slave. Well, this time around I discovered that I could earn points just by inhaling and exhaling slowly and with even inhalations and exhalations, to the counts of either four, five or six, depending on how anxious or busy I had been when I first started a session. I’d keep the graph covered and, after 10 minutes, check how I was doing. If I wasn’t relaxing that much, I’d experiment with lower breath count numbers, i.e. go from 5 to 4. I would go for a 6 count only after I had been sitting for a little while and felt pretty good about how I was progressing. My goals were to earn more relaxation points and to draw nice, evenly spaced out, evenly sized, upside-down, symmetrically shaped bell curve graphs. This time, I was so pleased that I didn’t need to pay attention to the ongoing graph to get my breathing into a relaxed pattern and create the nice graphs. I also noticed that if a negative thought were to intervene my session, that my stress temporarily would go up until I refocused on my breath. Nevertheless, this time I found that I can rack up up to 200 points in a sitting of about maybe an hour or so (as part of my ground rules, I made sure not to watch the clock when I was using the StressEraser so I don’t know exactly how long it took me to achieve this many points). But then, I realized I was becoming competitive with the StressEraser. I sort of looked at using the machine like having a good workout at the gym. Also, to try to combine using the StressEraser with meditation, instead of counting, I’d come up with simple mantras that had the same number of syllables as the counts that I intended to use such as “I am / enjoy-ing / my breath” for a six count, evenly spoken mantra. Sometimes these mantras worked, sometimes they didn’t and I go back to counting. The fact that I can get relaxation points basically without even using the machine, has given me confidence that it’s worth breathing this way (without the machine) while I’m on the train or waiting in traffic, etc. A couple of extremely important points for first time users: You may be like me and be lucky when you first try the machine and easily get the recommended 30 points per session right away without much effort. (Instead of using the word “effort” perhaps I should use the word “persistence” because, obviously, the more you “try” to relax, the less relaxed you’ll be.) Then, as you do more sessions, sometimes it may seem like it’s hard or seems to take too long. When I set the machine aside for several years, I was reluctant to pick it up again because I told myself “it’s like going to the gym after you haven’t gone regularly for a long time. You’ll be disappointed and will likely get discouraged when and if it seems harder than before.” So, I’d tell myself that I wasn’t going to pick the machine up unless I intended to use it for a while consistently so that I could regain my confidence. That’s what I did this time around.

Where I’m at right now is that after me successfully using the machine for about a month my Mindfulness Therapist has recently told me that using the StressEraser isn’t being mindful. So, I’ve redoubled my efforts at meditation and put the machine away. Each therapy approach has its pluses and minuses. I use tapes to guide me in meditation. I especially like body scan and body movement meditations. I wish I had enough time in a day to both use the StressEraser and do my meditation tapes. Each meditation is about 8 minutes. I love short meditations. However, I’m not sure I’m getting to where I want to go mentally in such short periods. I may be focusing on my feet one moment just fine and then the tape tells me to move my attention to my ankles. In that moment, my mind may have wandered to thoughts about the day ahead and then I feel frustrated when I realize that my mind is flitting between being focused to being scattered. I’m told that this is the essence of meditation, this discovering where the mind went and gently bringing the mind back to whatever I had intended to focus on such as the feeling of my breath in my abdomen. Using the StressEraser will help you to avoid stressful thoughts but I don’t think it will help you to learn to accept and befriend these thoughts and to gently bring your focus back to your breath. Mindfulness is about sensing experience directly not through thinking and analysis. Using a tool that measures your performance at relaxing can be a slippery slope.


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